A proposal by the Commission on Privatization and Efficiency would radically alter the way school budgets are determined, but may face insurmountable hurdles if it surfaces in the Legislature.Read More »
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Pinal County Supervisors have adopted a $357 million budget for the 2011-2012 fiscal year that trims about 4 percent from county spending.Read More »
Arizona News Service Editor Jim Small talks about the additional budget cuts that Arizonans could end up seeing in the near future.Read More »
With a mere third of the House of Representatives being Democrats, Minority Leader Chad Campbell knew it was going to be an uphill battle trying to put a dent in the Republicans’ agenda this past session.
Predictably, the Democrats couldn’t get their proposals for tax reforms into the budget, nor could they stop a torrent of conservative legislation. But Campbell said that they did manage to get some of their goals accomplished, even if it was just keeping the public eye on the Legislature.
House Speaker Kirk Adams had quite the final year in the Legislature, authoring a major overhaul of the state’s public pension system and finally accomplishing last year’s goal of passing a bill aimed at making Arizona more business-friendly.Read More »
A former top finance official in the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says Sheriff Joe Arpaio knew about financial problems within the agency for years.Read More »
Legislative budget analysts see good news in a preliminary figures from Arizona's April tax collections.Read More »
A legislative economic panel, whose recommendations legislators typically use in forecasting how much cash the state will get, has downgraded its revenue forecast for next year.Read More »
One bill the Legislature sent to Gov. Jan Brewer early Wednesday morning would allow state government to increase its spending only for population growth and inflation.Read More »
Calling it a milestone on Arizona’s road to recovery, Gov. Jan Brewer signed a fiscal year 2012 budget that she said made painful – but necessary – cuts that would protect the state’s fiscal health for years to come.Read More »