|November 11, 2014
State agencies have submitted their funding requests for the next fiscal year which begins July 1. Over the next few weeks, CAA will continue to provide you with a snapshot of requests submitted by many of these agencies.
Budget and Taxes
|October 29, 2014
Over the next few weeks we will be providing you with a snapshot of requests submitted by many of these agencies. The first snapshot is of the Department of Economic Security’s request for $49 million additional general fund dollars.
|October 16, 2014
Arizona ranks third worst in the country in depth of cuts to school funding since the start of the recession.
|June 16, 2014
During campaign seasons, candidates and voters spend a lot of time talking about education and education funding. School financing is a key responsibility for Arizona’s governor and legislature.
|May 29, 2014
Children’s Action Alliance congratulates Governor Brewer and state senators and representatives for passing two new laws this week to protect children and strengthen families.
|April 15, 2014
In the last minute rush to file state and federal income taxes, Arizonans may want to consider the return on investment we get for our tax dollars.
|January 17, 2014
Governor Brewer’s budget proposal sets a good initial framework for the public conversation on the investments that are needed to combine with leadership and proven policies to protect children from abuse and neglect.
|September 12, 2013
Repeated cuts to Arizona classrooms have been so severe that even with last year’s $82 million increase in state K-12 funding, Arizona has the third highest state funding cuts per student in the country since the recession began.