Colorado's Gubernatorial Candidates Discuss Changing Taxpayer Bill of RightsColorado's gubernatorial candidates Republican Walker Stapleton and Democrat Jared Polis discussed their views on changing the Taxpayer Bill of Rights during a debate Thursday night at CBS4.
TABOR Refunds Targeted By Proposed Ballot MeasureA group of bipartisan civic leaders has launched a campaign to get a measure on the 2016 ballot asking voters to ease a revenue cap on state government.
College Funding Could Take Big Hit In Proposed Budget CutsGov. John Hickenlooper is proposing cutting $20 million in state funding for higher education to help close a big budget shortfall.
With Budget Surpluses, Colorado Lawmakers Debate RefundsColorado has reached the era of budget surpluses after years of deficits. But state constitutional spending restrictions mean those surpluses set up an ideological battle between Democrats and Republicans.
Warrant Issued For Douglas Bruce After Courthouse ConfrontationFormer 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.
Romer’s Uncomfortable Advice To Hickenlooper: Repeal TABORFormer Gov. Roy Romer gave some uncomfortable and likely unwelcome advice to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his second term = start a movement to repeal TABOR.
Colorado Returns To Split-Party Legislative Rule
Hickenlooper Presents Budget To LawmakersGov. John Hickenlooper says Colorado voters would be resistant to let government keep money above the limit set by the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, even though areas of the budget can use the funding.
Next Colorado Budget Includes Refunds To TaxpayersColorado residents will get tax refunds because the state's improving economy means government is collecting more revenue than it is allowed to keep under the voter-approved Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
Appeals Court Allows Suit Against TABORState lawmakers opposed to Colorado's landmark Taxpayer Bill of Rights won another legal victory Friday as the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled their lawsuit challenging the law can proceed.
Audit: Colorado Tuition Up As State Stipend DecreasesState auditors say Colorado college students are paying more for higher education now than they did when lawmakers approved a stipend program to fund students instead of institutions before the last recession.
Group Of Colorado Leaders Call TABOR 'Unconstitutional'Colorado lawmakers are taking the TABOR Amendment to court nearly 20 years after voters passed it.