Tax news welcomed the people of Arizona on Tuesday as Gov. Katie Hobbs discussed and signed for it.
People Of Arizona Receiving Tax News Through Gov. Katie Hobbs
Governor of Arizona named Katie Hobbs signed two bills that made it to tax news on Tuesday. The tax news was then known to the people of the said state. After months of negotiation with the GOP leaders, the tax news about the two bills is finally out. The first tax news is about giving an option to the people of Maricopa County to extend their half-cent sales tax or also known as Proposition 400. This tax news is said to be an accomplishment for Hobbs after fighting the odds of signing this bill.
According to an article published by azcentral., in exchange for the tax news about Proposition 400, she signed another bill. Which is the second tax news about residential rentals. This tax news is said to be pushed by the GOP. The said tax news is about municipalities being prohibited from collecting of taxes from residential rentals.
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In a published article in Kstar News, Gov. Katie Hobbs states that in order to make good things for Arizona, politics must be put aside. She also stated that she is proud to sign a law where it could help people such creating jobs as well as building and attracting businesses which could make Arizona a better place to live and build a family in.