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Here Are the Changes Made to Arizona Unemployment Since the Pandemic Began

Changes have been made to Arizona's unemployment system, but Rep. Mitzi Epstein said there's still more to be done to make sure it'd be ready for another crisis. 

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Arizona’s Minimum Wage Will Go Up to $13.85 Next Year

The minimum wage in Arizona will go up to $13.85 per hour starting Jan. 1, according to the Industrial Commission of Arizona.

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Explained: Republican Treasurer Candidate’s Sleepy Campaign Against ‘Woke’ Stocks

Arizona Rep. Jeff Weninger, who is running for state treasurer, wants to avoid investments in companies that prioritize environmental and social sustainability.  

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It’s on Us: Prescott Valley to Foot Public Safety Bill This Time for Trump Rally

Prescott Valley will not bill Donald Trump for police protection for his rally, while other Arizona cities have charged for it and not yet been paid.

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Complaints About Incorrect Information on Credit Reports Jumped in 2021

The rise in complaints led to an announcement that the three credit agencies would remove nearly 70% of medical debt from consumer credit reports this summer.

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Child Tax Credit to Military Pensions: What to Know About Filing Your Taxes This Year

Tax season will look a little different this year, from normal deadlines to IRS staffing shortages that could delay refunds.

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Arizona Senate Approves Bill Creating Low-Income Tax Credit

The Arizona Senate passed a Democratic proposal to create a new tax credit for working low-income Arizonans on Wednesday.