ATRA Newsletters: 2010

  • • Legislative Leadership Focuses On Deficit, Economy
  • • Senator Bob Burns Receives ATRA's Watchdog Award
  • • Tax Experts Provide Arizona Tax 101 Overview
  • • JLBC Director Provides Update on State's Fiscal Woes
  • • Counties Adopt FY 2011 Budgets
  • • Arizona’s Business Property Tax Ranking Improves According To Recent Minnesota Taxpayer’s Study
  • • School Bond & Override Election Results
  • • Ben Nowicki Joins ATRA Staff
  • • Statewide Average Property Tax Rate Jumps 47 Cents
  • • Total City Levies Fall As Valuations Decrease
  • • Businesses Deserve City Sales Tax Code Reform
  • • Valuation Decreases Drive Primary Tax Rate Increases In Some Arizona Counties
  • • Community College District Levies Grow $18 Million Despite Reduced Property Values
  • • Oklahoma Legislature Bans For-Profit Tax Collectors
  • • ATRA Board Votes To Support Propositions 301 And 302
  • • Proposition 100 Passes
  • • Lawsuit Increases Pima County Taxes
  • • McCarthy Appointed To ASRS Board
  • • Legislature Adjourns With Mixed Results
  • •ATRA's GPLET Reforms Finally Become Law
  • • Salaries And Benefits Dominate State And Local Government Budgets; AZ Public Employees Rank 4th In Adjusted Average Salaries
  • • Arizona's Pension Plans Need Reform
  • • 2010 ATRA Legislative Program
  • • Schuldt Appointed To The Debt Oversight Commission
  • • Letter To Cities And Towns Describes ATRA's Opposition To RDS Contract