Business & Job Creation
Businesses need a friendly and fair business environment so they can compete, innovate, and create jobs. We’re keeping politicians from playing favorites by offering special deals and tax breaks to the favored few.
The Goldwater Institute's Stephen Slivinski appeared on Arizona Weekly to discuss why lawmakers should be very cautious about extending unemployment benefits.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick appeared on the Thom Hartmann Show to talk about his new book on economic liberty, Death Grip.
Goldwater Institute litigation director Clint Bolick joined Judge Andrew Napolitano on Fox Business Network's Freedom Watch to discuss his new book "Death Grip," about the need for more economic liberty.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled today the Goldwater Institute can challenge the actions of the State Board of Cosmetology to shut down a time-tested spa fish therapy that had been offered by nail salon owner Cindy Vong.
“Cindy Vong will get her day in court, and so will a government bureaucracy that has recklessly disrupted this business owner’s right to earn a living in a profession that offers no harm to the public,” said Clint Bolick, the Goldwater Institute’s litigation director.
The Goldwater Institute's Clint Bolick and Goldwater client Cindy Vong appeared on Fox 10 after the Arizona Court of Appeals heard arguments in the Spa Fish therapy case.
Goldwater Institute attorney Clint Bolick joined KFYI's Mike Broomhead shortly after arguing in the Arizona Court of Appeals for a small business owner's right to use Garra Rufa fish as a spa therapy.
Phoenix — Late Friday afternoon, potential buyer of the Phoenix Coyotes Matthew Hulsizer delivered a letter to the Goldwater Institute stating, “Arizona Hockey is willing to modify the lease agreement with Glendale to guaranty [sic] to the city that they [sic] will receive direct revenues from the Coyotes, Arena and parking that have a value to day [sic] of at least $75 million.
The Goldwater Institute's Stephen Slivinski joined Channel 12 to talk about the jobs bill and the tough road ahead for Arizona's economy.
PHOENIX – The Goldwater Institute’s legal challenge to the city of Tempe's attempt to give handouts to a private aquarium ended last week when a judge confirmed the lawsuit protected Tempe taxpayers and the Arizona state constitution.
A three-year legal battle has ended in a settlement, making way for Tom and Elizabeth Preston to open a tattoo studio in Tempe. The effort was derailed in 2007 when residents complained the business would hurt neighborhood-revitalization efforts and lower their property values.
Tom Preston said he and his wife got news of the settlement Thursday.
"We're super excited. Oh my gosh, we finally get to open," he said.