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Coloradans propose more taxpayer support for the local news. Here’s what...

On Monday, members of the Colorado Media Project took questions at CU Denver about the group's new report "Local News is a Public Good"...

Ask The Indy: Why is marijuana money not enough to fix...

Among readers' most-asked questions on the eve of Tuesday's election — besides what the party affiliation is of judges on the ballot — is...

Ask The Indy: Breaking down the tax changes in Amendment 73...

A Colorado Independent reader, who wished to remain anonymous, asked how the property tax adjustments in Amendment 73, the school funding measure, would work. The...

Guest Post: There are vouchers and then there are vouchers

The Colorado Independent occasionally runs guest posts from government officials, local experts and concerned citizens on a variety of topics. These posts are meant to...

Wiretap: Trump’s tax bombshell, and the aftermath

It makes him smart The biggest story in politics is the New York Times scoop on Donald Trump's 1995 tax returns and what they show...

Here’s how raising $628 million in additional tax revenue could benefit...

A committee of 75 parents, students, teachers and taxpayers is recommending Denver Public Schools ask voters to approve raising $572 million in taxes to build new schools and upgrade existing ones, in addition to raising $56.6 million to pay for programs and staff.

What you need to know about Colorado’s biggest political battle

  Even before lawmakers gaveled the 2016 session into order on Wednesday, three words have dominated debate at the Capitol: Hospital Provider Fee. Understanding the...

Wiretap: Surprise: Donald Trump’s tax plan doesn’t take on the rich

Big plans Remember when the Donald was promising to go rogue and use his tax plan to take on the rich? Good times. Hook, line, sinker And guess...

Reader’s view: Tax-evader Douglas Bruce’s TABOR keeps voters from raising taxes,...

Anti-tax fanatic and now-convicted tax-evader Douglas Bruce sold us a bill of goods in 1992 when voters approved the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, or...

Wiretap: Police reform and the glory of force

Forceful argument The real problem with police reform, writes Ta-Nehisi Coates in The Atlantic, is not with police reform. The problem, he says, is with...