The Arizona Department of Transportation says about $89 billion is needed for its 25-year plan.
Lawmakers inserted the amnesty program into this year's $9.1 billion budget.
Pima County says the state has a history of passing along costs.
Suit could take years to settle. Taxes must be collected starting now.
Seeks to undo shift of more than $45 million in costs.
Readers' views on Afghanistan war, I-11 and Green Valley, UA football coach.
Committee says levy is unfair to the one-third of Arizonans who rent.
Chris RichardsEl año pasado se entregaron más de 66 mil millones de dólares por este concepto a casi 28 millones de familias.
Details on how Arizona's new governor will deal with the economy to be spelled out in the Jan. 16, State of the State address.
Not raising Arizona's gas tax put a squeeze on county road repairs.
There is no law requiring refunds of taxes deemed illegally collected.
Tucson businesses might have to fork over a little more next year to pay for a state- mandated tax change.
City finance officials worry about delays in deposits under the state's new sales-tax collecting system.
Officials from the Arizona League of Cities and Towns protest the former South Tucson finance director’s use of their letterhead in defending a secondary property tax imposed without voter approval.
The secondary property tax that South Tucson has collected since fiscal year 2012 is illegal because it was never submitted to a citywide vote, City Manager Luis Gonzales said Thursday.
Pima County’s recommended budget calls for a property tax increase to make up for a loss in revenue and to expand the allocation for some departments that have overspent in the last few years.
A carwash company planning to move its corporate headquarters downtown would bring with it 40 new jobs and $2.9 million in direct and indirect new tax revenues over eight years, according to an audit done for the city.
More than 1,000 Tucson businesses could still be paying an expired tax on their buildings, not realizing the levy was abolished last year.