/ Modified jul 9, 2021 4:01 p.m.

Arizonans receiving tax breaks as part of newest budget plan

Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway explains what taxpayers should expect.

With a state government shutdown looming, Gov. Doug Ducey signed a budget on the final day of the fiscal year. It concluded a lengthy legislative session that faced numerous hurdles when it came to passing a spending plan. The final deal included tax cuts that divided lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. For a breakdown, we got analysis from Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway.

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