Bills, Legislation & Policy

No Means No: Phoenix will not restart negotiations over a tax break for high-profile downtown project

The city of Phoenix has stepped away from negotiations with a developer over a tax break potentially worth millions of dollars for a project in downtown. The city of Phoenix will not restart negotiations over a tax break for a high-profile downtown project, according to The Arizona Republic. City staff confirmed late last week that the city’s involvement in a potential tax break for a proposed residential project at the

Arizona Small Businesses and Marijuana

The Arizona Small Business Association announced its opposition to legalized recreational marijuana. Small businesses are the life blood of Arizona business, and every day the nearly 500,000 Arizona small businesses struggle to provide goods/services, pay employees, provide benefits and make a profit. It seems that more small businesses would benefit the Arizona economy. Proposition 205, Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana, would legalize the sale of recreational marijuana in Arizona, which

Arizona Marijuana Sales

With legalization efforts poppinge up around the country, it might seem like recreational marijuana is certainly on its way to being a national norm. However, current medical and recreational marijuana policies only exist by the grace of the federal government. With legalization efforts poppinge up around the country, it might seem like recreational marijuana is certainly on its way to being a national norm. However, current medical and recreational marijuana

Arizona Toll Roads

It may be a four-letter word, but having drivers pay a toll to drive on a road means efficient options for business. It may be a four-letter word, but having drivers pay a toll to drive on a road means efficient options for business. In the West, the multi-lane, limited-access highways are called freeways, in part because there are no tolls. In the East, the same roads have always been