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  • Regressive Fees Fund Transportation Bill

    Regressive Fees Fund Transportation Bill0

    • May 18, 2021

    Despite being awash with funds from improved revenues and billions of dollars in federal pandemic aid to the state, Democrat legislators have chosen to fund their transportation priorities with regressive new fees that disproportionately impact the poorest Coloradans. The $5.3 billion transportation bill (SB 21-260) working its way through the legislature this week will create approximately $3.8 billion in new

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  • How The Colorado Transportation Bill Circumvents TABOR and Proposition 117

    How The Colorado Transportation Bill Circumvents TABOR and Proposition 1170

    • May 17, 2021

    Year-after-year, voters continue to send a message to Colorado politicians that they want a chance to vote on tax increases regardless of whether legislators call them “taxes” or “fees.” With this year’s transportation bill (SB 21-260), legislators have found multiple creative ways to disregard the will of the people. Their legal gymnastics to get around

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  • The Forgotten Stakeholders: “Green” Transportation Will Be Funded by Underpaid Workers

    The Forgotten Stakeholders: “Green” Transportation Will Be Funded by Underpaid Workers0

    • June 21, 2019

    By Tegan Truitt Fourth blog in our series on the Colorado Green New Deal The indirect, and in some cases the direct consequences of the Colorado Green New Deal will not be pretty. Among the bills comprising this stream of environmental legislation is Senate Bill 239, which Governor Jared Polis signed into law on May 31,

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  • Are More Government Regulations Really Necessary?

    Are More Government Regulations Really Necessary?0

    • May 29, 2019

    Third blog in our series on the Colorado Green New Deal After reading House Bill 1231, one cannot help but wonder, do the members of our state Legislature really have enough time to micromanage businesses and individuals? The stated intent of 1231 is to “protect consumers and businesses against manufacturers who would otherwise sell, in

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  • Democrats Demand More Electric Vehicles

    Democrats Demand More Electric Vehicles0

    • April 24, 2019

    Second blog in our series on the Colorado Green New Deal Colorado’s Democrat party-controlled government has decided to manufacture, or at least play a part in generating the demand for zero emission vehicles, known also as electric vehicles (EV). Increasing the number of EVs on the road is a vital component of the Colorado Green

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  • Majority Rules

    Majority Rules0

    • April 9, 2019

    The introduction to our mini-series on the Colorado Green New Deal In America’s two-party system, when both legislative chambers and the executive branch are controlled by one party, the minority’s opinions are, or in the very least seem like nothing more than an inconvenience to the majority. Need proof? Just ask Colorado’s Republican residents and

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