2022 Challenges in the Arizona State Legislature

Date: August 16, 2021

Stopping out-of-state-backed attacks on historic tax reform will be Priority 1

The unions and out-of-state interests who financed the campaign for the Prop 208 tax increase in 2020 have started collecting petition signatures on select provisions of the tax legislation that protects small business from the tax increases. The supporters of Proposition 208 filed three separate referendums targeting the provisions of the income tax reform. The unions and out-of-state interests wish to have the cost of Proposition 208 placed directly on the shoulders of small-business owners. The Arizona Constitution allows voters to refer recently passed legislation to the ballot for a vote at the next General Election. These unions and their allies must gather 118,823 signatures by September 28, 2021, to have the legislation suspended and placed on the 2022 General Election ballot for a vote. If asked to sign one or any of these petitions, one can kindly, “decline to sign.”

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