Colorado’s $25 billion budget for next year, which includes money for taxpayer refunds and more funding for education, is about to become official.
What to do with all the money made from marijuana sales? That’s being debated at the state Capitol.
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.
Colorado citizens would have a harder time adding laws to the state constitution with a pair of proposals legislators are considering this week.
A $25 billion Colorado budget with taxpayer refunds and more funding for education is headed to the governor’s desk after state lawmakers gave final approval to the spending plan Friday.
The Democrat-controlled House approved a $25 billion budget Thursday that includes funding increases for education, transportation, and money earmarked for surplus tax refunds – a sign of the state’s continuing economic gains.
Colorado’s $25 billion budget for next year passed the Senate Thursday with nearly every Democrat voting no because ruling Republicans rejected funding for some of their ideas.
Most of Colorado’s $25 billion budget for next year is already set in stone, but lawmakers will get a chance to make minor tweaks before they approve it and send it to the governor later this month.
Colorado budget writers have spent months assembling the state’s spending plan for next year, and this week their fellow lawmakers will begin debating, tinkering, and voting on it