Arizona voters said no to a plan that would have added one-tenth of a penny to the state sales tax to benefit rural fire districts, but firefighters warn that the need – and the threat to public safety – have not gone away. Read more»
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Proposition 309 would require Arizona voters to show a photo ID when they vote in-person and also require people who vote by mail write their birth date, ID number or the last four digits of their Social Security number on a “concealed early ballot affidavit” before signing and returning it. Read more»
Prop. 310, a ballot question that would raise the Arizona state sales tax from 5.6% to 5.7% for the next 20 years with the new revenue distributed to the 144 fire districts in the state, would help fund vital emergency services but hit taxpayers that might not benefit from the services. Read more»