TABOR Refund Will Be Source of Debate

According to the latest economic forecast, it appears that Colorado will take in $200 million more in taxes this year than it’s allowed to keep under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR). Although $200 million is a lot of money that could be allocated to under-funded programs such as transportation, the consensus seems to beContinue reading “TABOR Refund Will Be Source of Debate”

Nonpartisan Board Pushes for Major Reforms

The Board of TBD Colorado says Colorado’s path is “unsustainable” without major fiscal and constitutional reforms. TBD had been formed by Gov. Hickenlooper to seek broad civic engagement within the state. In a recent report, TBD’s Board argued that the Taxpayer’s Bill of rights, the Gallagher Amendment and Amendment 23 “have constrained flexibility of electedContinue reading “Nonpartisan Board Pushes for Major Reforms”