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Arizona budget that slashes taxes advancing amid opposition

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey addresses the media at the U.S-Mexico border in Yuma, Ariz, April 21, 2021. A budget deal struck between Republican leaders of the Arizona Legislature and Ducey includes implementing a flat 2.5% income tax that cuts $1.5 billion a year from state revenue and keeps higher earning taxpayers from having to directly pay a new 3.5% surcharge to fund schools. (Randy Hoeft/The Yuma Sun via AP, File)

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey addresses the media at the U.S-Mexico border in Yuma, Ariz, April 21, 2021. A budget deal struck between Republican leaders of the Arizona Legislature and Ducey includes implementing a flat 2.5% income tax that cuts $1.5 billion a year from state revenue and keeps higher earning taxpayers from having to directly pay a new 3.5% surcharge to fund schools. (Randy Hoeft/The Yuma Sun via AP, File)

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