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Leaders Ready to Take on Bloated GovernmentPosted on February 18, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Joe Duarte
Last Friday, the Goldwater Institute held a forum called the Road to Recovery, focused on Arizona's tax and budget policies. As they like to say in Scottsdale, everyone who is anyone was there.
Legislature Ready to Tackle Bills on School Tax CreditsPosted on February 17, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Robbie Sherwood
Nearly a dozen education-related tax credit bills could revamp donations for schools, affecting campuses and tax returns across the state.
Goldwater Institute Sees Savings for Consumers in '42 Ideas' ReportPosted on February 17, 2003 | Type: In the News
Arizona residents could save more than $300 million yearly if given a chance to purchase automobiles directly from manufacturers, according to the Goldwater Institute's "42 Ideas for a Free and Prosperous Arizona."
State Budget Apt to Reach '04 BallotPosted on February 12, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Robert Robb
Arizona's budget mess may be headed for a titanic ballot battle in 2004.
Early Development Research FlawedPosted on February 09, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Ross Groen
Normally a balanced arbiter of news, the Tribune unfortunately has a blind spot for early education research, as seen most recently in Cece Todd's story "GOP plan eliminates funding for early childhood programs," (Jan. 29) and the editorial "Business sense: Expanding access to preschool would be good for Arizona's future" (Jan. 19).