[OP-ED] Did we just end taxpayer subsidies to businesses? Maybe.

Robert Robb | Arizona Republic

For most of the state’s history, the Arizona Supreme Court has rendered the gift clause provision of the state Constitution, intended to prohibit subsidies to private businesses, a dead letter.

In 2010, the court opted to bring it at least partially back to life, in a decision (Turken) that claimed to clarify previous rulings.

In 2016, the court took a detour, with a ruling (Cheatham) that threatened to return the provision to the dead letter bin.

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