June 2010
Inside Tucson Business;6/28/2010, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p7
The article offers news briefs in Arizona. Attorney General Terry Goddard of Arizona removed his office from being responsible for defending the state's immigration law. The Marana Job Creation Incentive Program (MJCIP) will make non-retail businesses eligible to invest their construction sales taxes to other initiatives that will reduce the overall construction cost. U.S. President Barack Obama will grant 125 million dollars to the Arizona Housing Finance Authority under the Hardest Hit Fund.


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