Tax Reform

Americans are a hard-working bunch and should keep what they earn. Our ideas for tax reform reduce the burden of taxes while ensuring governments have the resources to focus on core responsibilities.

<p>Americans are a hard-working bunch and should keep what they earn. Our ideas for tax reform reduce the burden of taxes while ensuring governments have the resources to focus on core responsibilities. </p>

Arizona ought to be a mecca for airplane owners. Locations are far-flung, the climate is ideal for aircraft storage and preservation, and there is no shortage of individuals who can afford to fly their own planes. In addition, Arizona has a healthy defense-related aerospace industry. Personal aviation should be an inevitable spinoff.

The Goldwater Institute's Darcy Olsen debated the proposed state sales tax increase on KTVK Channel 3's Politics Unplugged.

The Goldwater Institute's Byron Schlomach went on Horizon to discuss the possible state sales tax increase.

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The Goldwater Institute's Byron Schlomach appeared on ABC 15 to dicuss Proposition 100--the state sales tax increase.

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Voters will be asked to increase the state sales tax 18 percent. Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen joined Jim Sharpe on KTAR to explain why there could not be a worse time to hike the sales tax.

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Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen appeared on Channel 3 to explain why it is a bad idea to raise the state sales tax by 18 percent, and how not doing so would force necessary budget cuts.

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Goldwater Institute economist Byron Schlomach appeared on Fox 10 Newsmaker Sunday to debate Proposition 100, which would raise the state sales tax by 18 percent.

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Read the Beacon Hill Institute's Rebuttal to the Eller Study on the Effects of the Sales Tax Increase here.

PHOENIX – The “Yes on 100” campaign has issued a statement attacking a recent video produced by the Goldwater Institute as part of ongoing efforts to educate the public about the need for state policymakers to fix their spending priorities.

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