Business groups set legislative priorities

Mahoney, Kelly
January 2008
Inside Tucson Business;1/14/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 31, p4
The article reports on the proposals given by business organizations to legislatures in Arizona. Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities Inc. (TREO) suggested to the legislatures to support for foreign direct investment in the state, continue work-force training grants, and protect commerce and economic development funding. Paul Parisi, vice president of governmental affairs at Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, proposed for the support of state budget stabilization fund.


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