Business and Job Creation
Want a thriving economy? The Goldwater Institute knows that best business climate is one where low taxes and minimal regulation benefit all employers – not one where subsidies and special tax breaks offer an advantage to a chosen few. When a government agency can decide which businesses to favor, it opens the door for the misguided pursuit of investment fads or, at worst, the potential for corruption and abuse. Our research offers sound policies for government, and we’re not afraid to fight when we see bad ideas that put taxpayers at risk.
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Cindy Vong talks about the Spa Fish case on Peter Schiff's ShowPosted on October 25, 2011 | Type: Audio
The Goldwater Institute is representing Cindy Vong after the Arizona Board of Cosmetology shut down her foot therapy spa, which uses tiny Garra Rufa fish to eat the dead skin off of customers' feet. Ms. Vong went on the Peter Schiff Show to discuss her case.
A tax credit to reduce government red tapePosted on October 05, 2011 | Type: Blog | Author: Nick Dranias
A regulatory tax credit would allow taxpayers to reduce their taxes in an amount equal to the cost of complying with excessive regulation by the government, providing a powerful incentive for government to avoid and reduce regulations.
Stephen Slivinski talks job creationPosted on October 05, 2011 | Type: Audio
The Goldwater Institute's Stephen Slivinski appeared on KFNX's Legalease, along with State Representative John Fillmore, to talk about job creation and a proposal that would create a state bank.
Byron Schlomach talks about AZ's Fund of FundsPosted on September 27, 2011 | Type: In the News
The Goldwater Institute's Dr. Byron Schlomach appeared on KAET's Horizon to discuss Arizona's new venture capital endeavor--the Fund of Funds.
Do consumers need protection from out of state wine?Posted on September 27, 2011 | Type: Blog | Author: Clint Bolick
Congress is considering a bill, H.R. 1161, which would allow states to restore protectionist trade barriers against wine grown outside their state line.