self-storage, Schweikert, IRS, insurance
Aug 25, 2023

IRS considering regulations that would harm self-storage industry

The IRS is currently considering harmful new regulations on microcaptive insurance – an insurance product many small businesses like mine rely on to get through uncertain times.

No Labels, political party, Arizona Democratic Party, judge, ballots, election
Aug 9, 2023

Judge rejects Dems’ bid to keep No Labels Party off 2024 ballot

A judge has rebuffed efforts by the Arizona Democratic Party to keep a potential competitor -- and, more to the point, its candidates -- off the 2024 ballot here.

Biden, record heat, Arizona, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego
Jul 31, 2023

Biden goes west to talk about his administration’s efforts to combat climate change

President Joe Biden will travel to Arizona, New Mexico and Utah next week and is expected to talk about his administration's efforts to combat climate change as the region endures a brutally hot summer with soaring temperatures, the White House said Monday.

debt ceiling, Biden, Kelly, Sinema
Jun 5, 2023

Senate passes 11th-hour debt ceiling bill, heading off threat of default

The U.S. Senate gave final approval to a bill to suspend the debt ceiling, just days before today’s “X-date” when Treasury officials said the government would run out of money and default on its debts.

wind, solar, Fennemore, Inflation Reduction Act, Hobbs, governor, clean energy,
Apr 7, 2023

Tax credits, incentives available to Arizona businesses 

The Office of the Governor has not said when the Office of Resiliency will open, but if established in time, it may help even more Arizonans receive tax credits under the IRA. 

Democrats, Gallego, election, ballots, Sinema, No Labels, lawsuit
Mar 31, 2023

Democratic Party files suit to keep No Labels Party off ballot

The Arizona Democratic Party filed suit Thursday to keep the No Labels Party off the 2024 ballot, conceding it fears its presence "will make it more difficult to elect Democratic Party candidates.''

tax form, individual taxes, A-4 form, Arizona Department of Revenue, paychecks
Mar 9, 2023

Changes to tax forms – you can keep more money

Arizona employees are getting to keep a bit more in their pockets as Arizona's individual tax rate has been lowered to a flat 2.5%. 

Hobbs, Ducey, wildfires
Feb 21, 2023

Hobbs pledges to raise $500,000 to unseat legislative Republicans

Gov. Katie Hobbs fired the first financial salvo at legislative Republicans Tuesday, promising to raise $500,000 to unseat them in 2024.

Hobbs, inauguration, Toma, Petersen
Jan 26, 2023

Top two GOP lawmakers want Hobbs to return inaugural money to state

The top two Republican lawmakers want Katie Hobbs to put money left over from the inaugural celebration into a state account -- where it can't be used to elect more Democrats.

Jul 5, 2022

Voters will consider at least eight proposals in November

Arizona voters will face at least eight -- and likely as many as 11 -- proposals they get to approve or quash in November.

tax cuts, Colorado, Arizona
Apr 6, 2021

The way to fail Arizona taxpayers: A return-free filing system

As America works to rebuild the economy following the brutal impact of Covid, it is crucial that actions are taken to revive the livelihoods of individuals and small business owners in Arizona. Although it is widely agreed upon across the political spectrum that an RFF system would be detrimental to America’s current tax system, members of Congress must make their voices heard and stand against [...]

Feb 4, 2019

Ducey committed to conformity on his terms

Gov. Doug Ducey is waiting for Republican lawmakers to blink in his bid to collect more taxes from Arizona residents.