He could support cutting top personal income tax rate to 5.75 percent if funding for public education is preserved.
Once the clock strikes 7 on Tuesday night, the competition for this much-sought-after plant is largely out of local hands.
St. Louis County will take incentive vote Monday
State confident its $1.7 billion offer can compete with bigger numbers from elsewhere.
But could pay back $2.8 billion in new taxes over 22 years
"Biggest opportunity for job creation in some time."
Mix also shifts from development credits to job-creation.
Pharmacy benefit manager could see $40-plus million in state, local incentives.
Fourth straight fiscal year under $100 million
More Arizona technology companies could reap tax breaks for research and development, while some startups could find new seed funding, under pending legislation backed by the state's biggest technology industry group.
Medipacs Inc., which has developed a wearable drug-infusion pump based on a patented polymer that drives the device by expanding and contracting, is trying to raise up to $5 million to reach the next step in commercialization.
Grass roots bid to protect the popular program is growing.
This July 19, 2010, file photo shows plumber Joe Renaud installing pipes in the Park Pacific building. Developers used historic tax credits to help fund the project. Photo by David Carson firstname.lastname@example.org
The O'Fallon-based developer has amassed 2,200 parcels for his NorthSide Regeneration project.
Proposing simpler, $60 million bill. No more "Aerotropolis."
Brings state's tab for long-stalled NorthSide to $40 million.
Would reduce historic, low-income housing credits by one third
But not as sharp as some would like
PHOENIX - A legislative panel voted Thursday to continue giving significant tax credits to those who help students attend private and parochial schools.
Perennial debate over popular tax credit heating up again.