A panel of economists says Arizona's economy is on track to see decent job growth in 2011 and beyond as it continues to recover from the Great Recession.Read More »
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Businesses that are hoping for immediate tax cuts from the Legislature next session should plan on being disappointed.
Even the most ardent tax cutters in the Legislature say it would be impossible to balance the budget next session while cutting corporate taxes.
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Arizona’s economy is pulling out of recession, albeit it at a slow pace, as the job market, retail sector and housing industry show signs of improvement, a top economic forecaster said Wednesday.Read More »
Stimulating Arizona’s economy through the creation of construction jobs in the housing industry is one of the chief priorities of the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona, but an industry insider says fixed costs and layoffs are making recovery quite difficult.Read More »
Forced to search elsewhere for teaching jobs in the lackluster economy, and looking for some adventure and job stability, 1,200 North American teachers have been hired for Teach Away jobs this year.Read More »
Sen. Sylvia Allen sent a letter to Gov. Jan Brewer on May 26 asking her one overarching question: What’s your plan?Read More »
Regardless of what happens to the Proposition 100 sales tax hike on May 18, Gov. Jan Brewer and the Arizona Legislature have a lot of work ahead of them.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer has unveiled an alternative to House Speaker Kirk Adams' "jobs bill" that completely scraps the corporate tax cuts that were the core of H2250.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer has made it known to lawmakers that she wants them to delay a host of corporate tax cuts until 2013 when her temporary tax increase would expire, though she stopped short of saying she would veto the bill sponsored by House Speaker Kirk Adams.Read More »
Most Arizonans think the economy will get better next year, according to a Cronkite/Eight Poll released Nov. 24. Fifty-four percent of those polled said their own economic situation will be significantly or somewhat better a year from now.Read More »