(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the plaintiffs in this case.)
By Nicole Garcia | Fox 10 Phoenix
PHOENIX – Earlier this month, voters passed Proposition 208, the measure that would raise taxes for the state’s high-income earners. The funds would go to education, but opponents are ready to file a lawsuit, trying to squash the tax hike before it goes into effect.
Prop 208 passed with more than 50% of the vote and would take effect January 1, but Valley business owners and attorneys say the initiative violates Arizona’s constitution and they’ve announced the start of a legal battle to prevent the tax increase from happening.
“We’re trying to recover from COVID and now we’re being kicked in the gut as we’re trying to get up,” said Ann Siner, CEO of My Sister’s Closet.