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Bill to provide tax break for Grand Canyon University scrapped as unconstitutional (access required)

Arizona’s House Rules Committee killed a bill that would have given Grand Canyon University a major tax break after attorneys determined the legislation was unconstitutional. The reclassification could have saved the university roughly $750,000 a year in taxes.

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