The lead Republican sponsor of a new state tax break being rushed through the Legislature says she doesn't know how much it would cost.
Opponents say they’ve done the math: It adds up to tens of millions of dollars in lost tax revenue for the state, cities and Arizona schools.
We hear from both sides on this weekend’s “Sunday Square Off”: GOP State Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita of Scottsdale, and Lee Grafstrom, tax policy analyst for the Arizona League of Cities and Towns.
Also on this weekend’s show:
- Paola Boivin, an Arizona State University professor and longtime sports columnist, says no one looks good in the University of Arizona basketball scandal, but the media deserve most of the criticism for their "rush to judgment" after an ESPN report leveled serious allegations against coach Sean Miller.
- Why voters' choices in future elections could be affected by a legislative rewrite of a law approved by voters. I’m joined by Joel Edman, executive director of the Arizona Advocacy Network.
- What Secretary of State Michele Reagan is saying about a new report that the feds aren't telling her everything about Russians attempting to hack our elections.
"Sunday Square Off" airs at 8 a.m. Sundays on 12 News, after "Meet the Press."
Opponents of a tax break speeding through the Legislature say it could drain tens of millions of dollars in revenue from the state, cities and schools.
The media deserve heavy criticism for their "rush to judgment" after ESPN reported on serious allegations against U of A basketball coach Sean Miller, according to a longtime sports columnist.
Voters' choices in future Arizona elections could be affected by Republicans’ rewrite of a law approved by voters.
What Secretary of State Michele Reagan is saying about a new report that the feds aren't telling her everything about Russians attempting to hack our elections.