Colorado: Legislative Leadership Kills Transportation Bonding Bill

Although the General Assembly is not current in session, that doesn’t mean legislators are idle. Numerous interim committees have been busy preparing bills for the 2017 session. Recently, the Transportation Legislation Review Committee (TLRC), passed the Fix Colorado Roads Act, commonly referred to as TRANS II on a solid bi-partisan vote. The TRLC is aContinue reading “Colorado: Legislative Leadership Kills Transportation Bonding Bill”

New Revenue Forecast Revives Senior Homestead Exemption

The biggest partisan fight of the Colorado legislative session may have been avoided with the revelation that there appears to be enough state revenue to fund a senior property-tax break and partially restore cuts to education. The news that the Senior Homestead Exemption could be funded in the 2012-13 budget year, which starts in July,Continue reading “New Revenue Forecast Revives Senior Homestead Exemption”