Netflix Fights Sales Tax Bill In LovelandLoveland sent Netflix a bill for $116,508.22 in September 2016. Netflix fought the bill, but never heard back from the city, so the two are now fighting in district court.
Colorado House OKs Roads Bill To Ask Voters For Tax HikeColorado's Democrat-led House has passed a transportation bill over objections from Republicans who oppose a proposed state sales tax hike.
Proposed Sales Tax Would Help Widen Busy Stretch Of I-25There's a push to widen Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Colorado Springs, and some lawmakers say they know how to pay for the project.
Summit County Voters Approve Workforce Housing FundVoters in one Colorado resort community have voted yes to pay for more affordable workforce housing through an increase to sales tax there.
Colorado Springs, Greeley Raise Sales Tax For RoadsShoppers in Colorado Springs and Greeley will pay more starting next year after voters in both cities approved sales tax hikes that are expected to bring in millions of dollars for roads.
3 Cities Sue Adams County Over Recreational Pot TaxesThree suburban Denver cities are suing Adams County to stop it from collecting taxes from recreational marijuana businesses already being taxed by the cities and the state.
Returned Items At Walmart May Not Include Taxes In RefundThose who purchase items at Walmart may not be getting all their money back when returning items. Walmart admits they have been shortchanging customers when it comes to taxes.
Colorado May Soon See Benefits Of Recreational Marijuana SalesThe state of Colorado may soon reap the benefits of recreational marijuana sales.
Online Sales Tax Has A Better Chance This Time AroundOne of the benefits of shopping online is consumers often don't have to pay sales taxes, but a couple of bills at the state House would change that.
Civil Unions Headline Final Stretch For LawmakersPoliticians are prone to putting off tough decisions until the last possible moment.
Breckenridge Suing Online Travel CompaniesThe town of Breckenridge is suing nearly two dozen online travel companies. Town leaders claim those websites are not paying the full lodging and sales taxes they should be.
Dillon Worried About Losing More Big Name StoresTwo big name retailers have pulled out of Summit County. Blockbuster and Borders have been closing stores across the country due to declining sales.

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