Efforts dropped to boost state liquor tax

May 2008
Inside Tucson Business;5/5/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p4
The article reports on the Healthy Arizona Kids' discontinuance of its health service plans for children through liquor taxes in Arizona. Steve Roman of Hamilton, Gullett, Davis and Roman claimed that the group has chosen to stop the idea due to the economic condition and deficient budget of the state. Some members of the hospitality and liquor industries, however, had expressed interest to pursue the cancelled campaign.


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