Property Tax

Arizona Daily Star
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Murphy Woodhouse
Jennifer Stielow, with ATRA, suggested that a better legislative approach to the issue is to address the underlying issues that push tax rates in school districts and other taxing bodies higher, such as desegregation in TUSD.
Phoenix Business Journal
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Mike Sunnucks
The Arizona Tax Research Association opposed the tax increase contending backers of the proposal set up a false choice between the increases and cuts to police and fire.
The Arizona Republic
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Dustin Gardiner
However, Kevin McCarthy, president of ATRA, said the city's argument that it must keep a minimum balance in its reserve for bond projects is "complete nonsense." He said the city could likely avoid raising taxes for a few years by using up its reserve.
Friday, May 20, 2016
Mark Brodie
Kevin McCarthy discusses the proposed City of Phoenix property tax increase and why city leaders should be honest about bond elections.
Huffington Post
Thursday, March 10, 2016
David Halperin
"If you're a business in Arizona you belong .... with all the rest of the businesses," ATRA President Kevin McCarthy told the Arizona Republic. "And you shouldn't get [a break] because you've got a good lobbyist."
Associated Press
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
"If you're a business in Arizona you belong .... with all the rest of the businesses," said Arizona Tax Research Association President Kevin McCarthy. "And you shouldn't get (a break) because you've got a good lobbyist."
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Dennis Welch
Kevin McCarthy appeared on Politics Unplugged to discuss the impact of Prop 117 on property taxes this year and refutes arguments from County Treasurer Hoskins
The Arizona Republic
Monday, September 28, 2015
Kevin McCarthy
What homeowners should know is that, in its first year, Prop. 117’s 5 percent limit on taxable value was a rousing success and couldn’t have been better timed
The Arizona Daily Star
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Vince Leach
It isn’t right to expect the taxpayers from across our state to bail out the high tax and spending habits of a few local taxing districts.
The Arizona Capitol Times
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ben Giles
Pima County sued the state of Arizona Monday to block a new budget provision the county says shifts tax burdens away from the state and on to county taxpayers.


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