arizona Legislative Alerts

PHOENIX — NO MORE TAX FOR TRACKS!

May 15, 2015

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS Dear Phoenix Taxpayer– Please help us fight against Prop 104 and strike a blow against a giant tax increase and the expansion of the wasteful light rail system!  For information on how to take action, scroll down. Background Six members of the Phoenix City Council voted to send a sales tax […]

AFP-Arizona Urges Local Governments to Budget Responsibly

May 14, 2015

(May 2015 Local Government Scorecard Updates) APRIL 2015 — As cities, counties and other local governments across Arizona begin to adopt tentative budgets for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, the Arizona chapter of Americans for Prosperity urges councilmembers, supervisors and board members to be fiscally responsible.  Many local officials earned low scores on AFP-Arizona’s 2015 Local Government […]

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Grand Opening of AFP-AZ Phoenix Field Office

May 21, 2015

Dear Arizona Taxpayer: Be sure to join us for the official Grand Opening of our Phoenix Field Office on Friday, May 22. You can drop by 3835 N. 32nd Street in Phoenix (85018) any time from 4:00 to 8:00 pm that day, but please click on this link to RSVP so that we can figure […]

Can Arizona get along without an income tax?

May 20, 2015

Thanks to Stephen Slivinski of ASU’s Center for the Study of Economic Liberty for providing a possible roadmap to the elimination of Arizona’s state income taxes! Read a summary of Slivinski’s argument in THIS OP-ED. Read Slivinski’s full study HERE. For a news story with some counter arguments from center-left ASU economist Dennis Hoffman, go […]

Best of luck to Krystal!

May 15, 2015

AFP-Arizona Policy Director Krystal Slivinski is leaving Americans for Prosperity-AZ this week for a full-time Assistant Professor of Economics position at Grand Canyon University.  AFP is sad to see Krystal go, but we wish her well!  Krystal says, “I’ve taught economics at Grand Canyon University part-time for two years before joining AFP. I wasn’t looking […]

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