Time for a break? Some economists want Arizona to slow down on new incentives
Since the recession battered the economy in 2008, the state has dramatically increased the number of incentives it offers to companies that bring new jobs to Arizona. But after three years of tax credits, incentives and other policies aimed at jump-starting Arizona’s economy, some economists are saying the state should stop and take a breather.
Published: March 5, 2012 at 8:32 am
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