Angela Amezcua, an Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) parent, does not want to drive six hours to pick up her children’s school supplies. She would much rather drive a half hour into town, where she works, buys groceries and supplies and pick up her mail at a UPS P.O. box, but the Arizona Department of Education won’t allow the use of her P.O. box for ESA orders.
HB 2404, currently being considered in the state Legislature, would have far-reaching and harmful ramifications for franchisors, franchisees, workers and the Arizona economy.