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Bipartisan Labors Produce Back to Basics Budget

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Months of long but collegial labor by an evenly-split Joint Budget Committee have produced a 2016 budget - called the “long bill” - focused on adequately funding governing necessities, rather than generating flash.

Education Tax Credits Would Further Empower Parents

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Parents of school-age kids in Colorado could soon see their school choice options grow, following today’s passage by the Senate of SB15-045, which would give families that homeschool or choose private schools a tax credit they could put toward that education.

Bill Offers Tax Relief for Disaster Victims

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
DENVER, Colo. -- Colorado has experienced more than its share of natural disasters in recent times. And such disasters can fall particularly hard on farmers and other agricultural operators, due to a quirk in the tax code that re-categorizes damaged parcels as non-agricultural land, subject to higher tax rates. 
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