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More than 50 Arizona business groups are urging the state's congressional ... small businesses,” said Chad Heinrich, Arizona state director for the...
This bill includes several policies that will harm small businesses,” said Chad Heinrich, Arizona state director for the National Federation of Independent ...
Not layered on near the uncertainty that businesses in other states are experiencing,” said Chad Heinrich, Arizona state director for NFIB...
Congress is considering pro-union legislation — here’s what’s at stake for businesses and workers | AZCentral.com
Arizona's economic future is at risk if the PRO Act becomes federal law," said Tom ... said Chad Heinrich, Arizona director of the National Federation of ..
National Federation of Independent Businesses Arizona state director Chad Heinrich said the PRO Act's independent contractor status test would hurt many ..
Is Prop. 208 destined to be struck down? Officials react to Supreme Court opinion | The Center Square
Arizona officials and organizations fighting on both sides of a tax on high-earners and small businesses are reacting to a Supreme Court opinion that one justice said leaves the initiative’s fate all but sealed.
Tax on highest-earning Arizonans provisionally stands after Supreme Court ruling | Phoenix Business Journal
Proposition 208, the tax increase on Arizona’s highest-earning residents that was approved by voters last year, got a provisional pass from the state Supreme Court on Thursday — with a caveat.
On Friday, Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to create a new tax bracket for small businesses, excluding them from a potential 77% tax increase.
The National Federation of Independent Businesses’ June Job Report, a national barometer of the small-business economy, said Arizona is in a good place to beat its neighbors to full economic recovery.
A local barbershop is one of several Phoenix-area businesses that are increasing their prices to retain employees and keep up with competitors.