Arizona Town Hall: Government Revenue

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Now that the legislature is back in session, work begins on crafting a new budget for Arizona. The most recent Arizona Town Hall focused its efforts on government revenue, producing a document on long term planning, investment and what the elected leaders might need to consider in their new legislative session. The consensus was that the current government financing system is not set to meet the state’s long-term needs. Bruce Dusenberry, a businessman from Tucson, and Peter Walsh, a local attorney and lobbyist and both participants in the town hall, will discuss recommendations from town hall.

Bruce Dusenberry: Tuscon businessman
Peter Walsh: attorney and lobbyist

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