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Special Session SB 1005

February 8, 2010|AZPM

Special Session Senate Bill 1005 deals with the amount of income tax paid by non-Arizona residents. It requires pro-rated income tax deductions for non-residents who make money and pay taxes in Arizona. Currently, Arizona law requires non-resident tax payers to pro-rate only itemized deductions. It is estimated the change could bring in an additional $22 million dollars in the 2011 tax year. The proposal passed the full Senate on February 2, 2010 on 21-7 vote.

Pima County Delegation Vote:

  • Paula Aboud (D) – Yes
  • Al Melvin (R)-Yes
  • Jonathan Pation (R)-No
  • Linda Lopez (D)- Yes

Full Senate Vote on Special Session SB 1005


On February 8, 2010, the full House voted on Special Session Senate Bill 1005. It passed on a 54-3 vote with two members not voting.

Votes of Pima County House Members on Special Session SB 1005

Frank Antenori (R) – Yes
David Bradley (D) – Yes
Olivia Cajero Bedford (D) – Yes
Steve Farley (D) – Yes
David Gowan (R) – Yes
Matt Heinz (D) – Yes
Phil Lopes (D) – Yes
Daniel Patterson (D) – Yes
Vic Williams (R) – Yes
Nancy Young Wright (D) – Yes

Full House Vote on Special Session SB 1005

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