AZ Economist: 'We Need To Think Bigger' After Downturn
Arizona could have a roughly $2 billion surplus for the new fiscal year that starts on July 1, despite the economic uncertainty and turmoil brought on by the pandemic. That’s led to a number of ideas at the state Capitol for what to do with that extra money.
But some segments of the state’s economy have been hard-hit by the downturn, including leisure and hospitality, while others keep chugging along.
For more about where the state is economically, and where it might be going, The Show spoke with economist Jim Rounds, president of Rounds Consulting Group.