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Lack of impact data stalls bills to bar digital goods’ tax (access required)

An effort to forgo sales taxes on digital goods and services has stalled while state budget analysts try to figure out how much Arizona may stand to lose in tax revenue.

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Gov. Doug Ducey gives his 2019 State of the State address on January 14, with Senate President Karen Fann and House Speaker Rusty Bowers looking on. Ducey faces fierce opposition from Republican leaders over his budget proposal.
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