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  • Backgrounder: $617 million in Hidden Taxes from 2021 Session0

    • June 15, 2021

    With the 2021 Colorado regular legislative session concluded, lawmakers have approved tax and fee increases on Coloradans of up to $617 million annually without voter consent. The new revenues are enough to give every schoolteacher in Colorado a $11,343.65 per year raise. The tax and fee increases amount to an average of $430 per year

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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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  • Colorado Housing Agency Budget Hiked Despite Reduction Request

    Colorado Housing Agency Budget Hiked Despite Reduction Request0

    • February 22, 2021

    Contrary to what Coloradans have been hearing about state budget shortfalls since the coronavirus pandemic began last year, a Feb. 17 Joint Budget Committee (JBC) hearing would lead an outside observer to believe the state is overly flush with funds, with the committee voting to force more money into the Colorado housing agency budget than

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  • Murrey: Democrat deal on Prop EE benefits big tobacco, squeezes small biz

    Murrey: Democrat deal on Prop EE benefits big tobacco, squeezes small biz0

    • January 28, 2021

    The greatest friend of big business is big government. Thanks to apparent backroom dealings with Colorado Democrats, big tobacco and big government are poised to win big in Colorado with the passage of the state’s new cigarette, tobacco, and nicotine taxes. Small business and the poor come out the losers. Last week, The Colorado Sun reported on

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  • An Evening with Grover Norquist

    An Evening with Grover Norquist0

    • May 1, 2020

    If you read my email earlier this week, you will know that I am pushing for an income tax rate reduction to be put on the ballot this fall, so individuals and businesses can keep more of their hard earned money away from the greedy hands of the government. So next week on Freedom on

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  • “Re”-introducing wolves to Colorado

    “Re”-introducing wolves to Colorado0

    • April 27, 2020

    Greg Walcher, President of The Natural Resources Group, sits down remotely with Host Jon Caldara to talk about an upcoming ballot initiative. The Colorado Gray Wolf Reintroduction Initiative will be on the ballot this November asking citizens to require “the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission to create a plan to reintroduce and manage gray wolves

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