Colorado Supreme Court issues 2nd anti-TABOR decision in less than a month---showing why we need reform!
- May 24, 2018
When asked to list Colorado values, Lemon mentions . . . .self-reliance[,] neighborly assistance, personal freedom, local control, love of the outdoors, health and fitness, and friendliness toward strangers. He further emphasizes the state’s tradition of entrepreneurshipREAD MORE
Tax burdens are affected by factors other than nominal rates—factors such as allowable deductions, credits, and refunds. CC would abolish refunds payable in cash or tax credits, thereby raising Coloradans’ state tax burden substantially.READ MORE
Ballot language abuse has become a Colorado scandal.READ MORE
If you read enough Colorado Supreme Court TABOR opinions, you notice . . . motifs: (1) taxpayers always lose, (2) the court’s opinions are often evasive . . . , and (3) after creating an anti-TABOR precedent, the justices then stretch it to create even more anti-TABOR precedents.READ MORE
The Colorado Supreme Court has continued its demolition campaign against the Colorado Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) with a new decision further restricting the people’s right to vote on tax increases. This latest decision comes less than a month after the court held the people have no right to vote on a law that re-adjusted salesREAD MORE
Each anti-TABOR court decision has become precedent for further anti-TABOR decisions.READ MORE