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Colorado legislators warn AZ leaders about harmful tax cut proposal

As Arizona legislators consider SCR1035, which would impose tax and spending limitations like those in Colorado, the AZCenter believes it is critically important to look at the consequences automatic tax cuts will impact Arizona’s ability to provide essential services.  In doing so, the AZCenter collaborated with two former republican state legislators in Colorado to share perspective from the lived experience of hardworking Coloradans who have a rigid state budget dreamed up by politicians over 30 years ago. 

Today, those tax cuts put the state at tremendous risk of major cuts to vital services like schools, medical care, parks, first responders, and infrastructure that communities depend on to thrive. 

Read the op-ed here.   

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