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Invest Arizona veto rattles supporters All signs pointed to approval, but bill’s divisiveness proved its undoing (access required)

Supporters of a bill that would have created massive property tax breaks for major business investments couldn’t have asked for more signs that Gov. Jan Brewer would stand with them.

As it turns out, they could’ve used a few more.

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