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.
Tucked into the nearly 300 measures that will become law are some items that are more likely to affect the day-to-day lives of typical Arizonans.
Gov. Doug Ducey kicked off his re-election campaign last week, offering up a series of promises. But what happened to the slew of assurances on the campaign trail four years ago?
We finally have a president who knows what it takes for a business to succeed in this country, and who won’t bow to political pressure. Just look at the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act where individuals and businesses are benefiting tremendously.
Christina Sandefur, the executive vice president of the Goldwater Institute, doesn’t think the libertarian think tank is as influential in state government as people give it credit for.
SB1437 puts limits on what Goldwater officials describe as burdensome and unnecessary occupational regulations by limiting them to only those needed for one of three narrow purposes – public health, safety or welfare.
Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order today aimed at figuring out why some professional licenses exist and what barriers they may cause to jobs.
Gov. Doug Ducey last month asked Arizonans to tell him what regulations they want sent to the scrap heap, and the people delivered.
Ducey last month asked Arizonans to tell him what regulations they want sent to the scrap heap, and the people delivered. Some want Ducey to roll back environmental regulations. Others want to make it easier to do their jobs and be subject to less regulatory oversight.
Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday he already is preparing a shopping list of state regulations and state agencies he wants to kill.
Washington’s top regulatory cop is at it again. The Environmental Protection Agency is pushing an obscure regulation that aims to duplicate the responsibilities of other federal agencies and preempt state authority, potentially driving an important industry out of business.
Families looking to memorialize relatives killed on Arizona roads may no longer need to erect them in secret and fear they’ll be carted off by highway officials.