Supreme Court to Consider TABOR?

Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) could once again get national attention. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide the fate of a lawsuit against the 1992 voter-approved Constitutional amendment. The court’s decision will be watched because it could impact the ability of all states to govern as they choose. Plaintiffs in the anti-TABORContinue reading “Supreme Court to Consider TABOR?”

Supreme Court Overturns Aggregate Limit on Campaign Contributions

In a long-awaited ruling in the case known as McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court struck the aggregate limit on campaign contributions as an unconstitutional infringement on free speech. Significantly, the high court left in place the base limit on how much individuals and political action committees may give to candidates and politicalContinue reading “Supreme Court Overturns Aggregate Limit on Campaign Contributions”

Supreme Court Unanimously Decides in Favor of Property Rights in Sackett v. EPA

The U.S. Supreme Court handed private property owners a victory with a unanimous decision on March 21 allowing a couple to appeal an EPA ruling that their property contains a wetlands. The ruling is supported by the National Association of Realtors® which along with other organizations submitted a friend of the court brief in theContinue reading “Supreme Court Unanimously Decides in Favor of Property Rights in Sackett v. EPA”