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Jan Brewer: Corporate tax cuts she signed were a little ‘too aggressive’

What’s not mentioned is that the state might have had more money to spend had there not been a series of corporate tax cuts approved by lawmakers half a decade ago which are still kicking in. For just this coming budget year, those changes will reduce state revenues by another $107.2 million.

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