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Amendment 73: Understanding the tax increase for education on your Colorado...

Colorado voters face an important education decision this November: whether to approve a major statewide tax increase for schools. This request represents the third...

Marijuana tax won’t fix Colorado’s budget woes

DENVER - When voters in Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, a new industry emerged, along with a new state revenue stream. According to early estimates from...

Denver City Council sends higher-education tax hike to voters

Denver City Council members agree higher education costs too much in Colorado and that state and federal lawmakers have failed to take care of...

GenOpp out with a LOL-er anti-Udall ad

  Hehe. But seriously "Tech Support" is the funniest ad I've seen this election cycle from the Koch-funded millennials group Generation Opportunity. Granted the laugh-bar was set...

Targeting Mr X: Court-Carroll ballot initiative transparency bill advances

DENVER-- Democratic state lawmakers Rep. Lois Court and Sen. Morgan Carroll have taken another step in their move to head off would-be anonymous Colorado ballot-initiative authors and financiers. A bill they introduced this legislative session comes in response to the farce Colorado Springs anti-tax crusader Doug Bruce made of the initiative process last year, when as "Mr X" he sent detailed emails of instruction to the initiative proponents, failed to report he was housing petition-signature gatherers and dodged subpoena servers for more than three months.

A new path for Colorado? Maine votes on new tax structure

Tomorrow, Maine voters will decide on whether or not to retain a tax overhaul passed by that state's legislature last year. The Maine proposal...

Amazon’s baffling response to Colorado’s web sales tax suggests a legal...

Enormous online retailer Amazon.com reacted to news that it would now be required to voluntarily report Colorado state sales taxes by canceling its relationship with affiliate web sites here-- that is, with sites that earn a small fee for each websurfer they send to Amazon through links and ads. In a letter sent over the weekend to its Colorado affiliates, Amazon announced it will continue to do business with residents in Colorado and didn't elaborate on how canceling the affiliate relationships balances against the new tax.