Anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce is defending his actions in a Denver courthouse, saying a woman was harassing him and a Colorado Springs city councilwoman by holding a phone less than a foot from his face.
Former Colorado lawmaker Douglas Bruce is back in the spotlight, and once again the news isn’t kind for the man behind Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
Cleveland’s Housing Court has issued an arrest warrant for former Colorado state representative Douglas Bruce, accusing him of building and health code violations on property he owns.
Denver city and business leaders kicked off efforts on Monday to convince voters to “de-Bruce” the city.
One of Colorado’s best known anti-tax crusaders, Douglas Bruce, was released from jail early for good behavior Thursday morning.
Colorado’s best known anti-tax crusader is now one of the Denver city jail’s newest inmates. Douglas Bruce turned himself in Friday to begin a 180 day sentence for tax evasion.
The man known as Colorado’s anti-tax crusader is now behind bars for tax evasion.
Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights faces a direct challenge in federal court Wednesday when attorneys for the state will ask a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by lawmakers seeking to overturn the amendment voters approved in 1992.
With Bruce serving time for most of the election season, and for the remainder of the legislative session, will lawmakers take this opportunity to tweak or even kill off TABOR with their own proposed amendment?
The father of Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights has been sentenced to probation for evading taxes.