Biden spending plan could boost Arizona economy by $83.6B over next decade, report estimates

The state's share of the $3.5 trillion budget proposal would work out to 2.4% of total spending from the legislation through 2031, according to a study by the Seidman Research Institute at ASU.

In this story published Sept. 22, 2021, on The Arizona Republic:

Many of the ramifications point to a more productive workforce. I think this will look like a good investment when it might be needed five or six years down the road.


Dennis Hoffman, professor of economics




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