Arizona Business Gazette:  “The ability of Arizonans to form new corporations could start to slow within days and come to a screeching halt unless lawmakers fix their budget, according to the chair of the Arizona Corporation Commission. Kris Mayes said her agency was willing to go along with plans by Gov. Jan Brewer and legislators to have its incorporating division become fiscally self-sufficient. The plan, as crafted in legislation, was to let the agency keep and use money it obtained in fees.”  The state legislature approved the plan, but for unrelated reasons, Governor Brewer vetoed the law that contained the funding for the Arizona Corporation Commission.