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In Arizona, any new taxes need the approval of two-thirds of the state House and Senate before it can be enacted. Attorney Christina Sandefur of the Goldwater Institute was trying to expand the definition of tax.

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Editorial: Court decides correctly what is a tax

Arizona voters decided in a state constitutional amendment in 1992 that any new taxes would need the approval of two-thirds of the state House and Senate before it could be enacted.