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Chamber wants tax-cutting priorities (access required)

As the leading voice for business, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry recognizes the importance of promoting a culture of tax reform. With neighbors like Nevada, with no state income tax; and California, with competitive research and development tax credits, Arizona must adjust its tax structure to be equally attractive. As the Legislature debates what ...

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