The initiatives, mostly in mountain communities, follow a new state law that allows them to license and tax cigarette sales without penalty
The next fiscal fight in Colorado starts now: A bid to repeal TABOR and one to raise taxes on top earnersBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
TABOR stands strong in Colorado as Proposition CC fails and voters refuse to allow more state spendingBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
A $60,000 solar project, with no money down: A Colorado program helps businesses finance renewable energy projects
29 Colorado counties have opted in to C-PACE, Colorado Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy
Lawmakers are finally setting out to retool Colorado’s school funding formula. They’ll have to reach a consensus on these questions first.
Three key factors influence how much money Colorado’s 178 districts receive per pupil. A committee that’s been stalled for two years may have moved the needle with ways to rebalance funding.
Polling shows support for a tax hike to pay for a Front Range passenger train. But the devil is in the details.
The effort — showing 61% support for a sales tax increase to pay for the route — is starting off strong and supporters can make their case to state lawmakers. However, that share will likely decline when an exact tax increase is finalized.
It’s Election Day in Colorado! Here’s what you need to know about casting your ballot and what’s on it
Voters will make decisions in November about two questions involving taxes that the Democratic-led state legislature put on the ballot
Is Colorado’s 2019 ballot question about TABOR spending caps really a tax hike? The answer is sort of.
The question at the heart of the political debate for November's ballot leads to two correct and seemingly contradictory answers
Nicolais: With TABOR in their crosshairs, progressives seek to fundamentally change Colorado’s political identity
The constitutional provision’s constraints on legislative taxing and spending power poses the only remaining obstacle to enacting a progressive agendaOpinion
Colorado voters leaning toward approving the elimination of state spending caps under TABOR, poll finds
Republican pollster Magellan Strategies found that 54% of likely general election voters intend to approve Proposition CC in November
“One way or another, the order is a financial hit on communities with PEG programming," said Ken Fellman, legal counsel for the Colorado Communications and Utility Alliance.