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Advocates turn in petitions to put flat tax on ballot


Raquel Mamani With Save Our Schools AZ Speaks At The Invest In Arizona Now Coalition Press Conference Where Volunteers Turned In 600 Boxes Of Petitions With Voters Signatures On Them In An Effort To Put The Flat Tax, Which Will Severely Impact Public Education Funding, On The Ballot For The 2022 Elections. Photo By Fatma Abid/ AZEdNews

The Invest in Arizona Now coalition turned in 600 boxes of petitions with voters signatures on them in an effort to put the flat tax, which will severely impact public education funding, on the ballot for the 2022 elections.

In June, the Arizona Legislature approved the 2.5% flat tax and other tax cuts crafted by Republican Legislative leadership in collaboration with Gov. Doug Ducey that would reduce state revenues by 25% and severely impact funding for public schools.

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Video shot & edited by Fatma Abid & Brooke Martinez/ AZEdNews