Ducey vetoes bill that would allow developers to levy taxes on homeowners (AZ)

A bill that would have given developers the authority to levy taxes on homeowners was vetoed by Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday.  The governor rejected House Bill 2568, a priority of House Speaker David Gowan, citing concerns the legislation could harm taxpayers. The bill would have changed financing rules for community facilities districts, which are special taxing districts created to pay for infrastructure such as roads,     Read the article………….


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