Ahead of the 2022 election, Jared Polis and Democrats in the legislature sped up TABOR refund checks and made them flat. This year, they’re reverting to a default system.
House Bill 1115, which would have repealed the prohibition, was rejected after a Democratic lawmaker joined Republicans in a Colorado Senate committee in voting against the measure
Ranked second in the nation for program success, Colorado is a billion dollars richer in projects, with rural towns and cities both reaping the bounty
Two senators, a Democrat and Republican, argue that Colorado would be better off without a major land-use bill, unless there are big changes
Senate Bill 213 was amended Tuesday to build more support for the measure among lawmakers and to ensure the legislation’s passage out of its first committee
SB-213 has created intense debates in the state legislature. Here are 5 considerations of the proposal.
The state must step in to solve a housing crisis that city council members, town managers and mayors cannot.
Sometimes the ambiguity is intentional. Other times, legal issues arise because lawmakers can’t always predict how their policies will be tested in the real world.
Gov. Jared Polis and Democrats, who control the Capitol, say they are committed to coming up with a long-term fix this year. But with the 2023 legislative session more than halfway over and no public proposal, fiscal policy nonprofits are filling the vacuum.
The measure would prevent Colorado’s largest cities from limiting construction of accessory-dwelling units, duplexes and triplexes and require them to let multifamily units be built near transit centers.