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Doing no harm: Tax overhaul effort stalls over vague goals, concerns about middle class (access required)

After four weeks and three meetings of a task force with intentions to reform, tweak, or overhaul Arizona’s personal income tax system, the members of the group don’t seem closer to deciding what, exactly, they want to accomplish.

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