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  • Denver, Colorado Sales Taxes Increased Without Voter Consent

    Denver, Colorado Sales Taxes Increased Without Voter Consent0

    • March 12, 2021

    Denver’s 2021 budget reveals that the city expects to collect $14 million in new sales tax revenues this year by taking advantage of a 2018 United States Supreme Court ruling for the first time. The State of Colorado began collecting new sales tax revenues under the same scheme in 2019. These tax increases have come

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  • Regressive Taxation in Colorado: Two Competing Views

    Regressive Taxation in Colorado: Two Competing Views0

    • January 28, 2021

    Colorado has a regressive tax burden that punishes the poor. It’s not fair. Voters in the Centennial State heard that a lot last year, but is it true? If so, how and why, and what should be done about it? Key Takeaways: The Colorado tax code imposes an overall regressive tax burden. While the overall

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  • Amendment B Repeals Property Owners’  Constitutional Tax Protections

    Amendment B Repeals Property Owners’ Constitutional Tax Protections0

    • October 5, 2020

    Colorado has 4,518 active local governments that collect property taxes. Every single one of them wants more money. So do the interest groups that get money from those governments. Passing Amendment B will help them get it.

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