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This Week in Policy

Compromise Reached on Construction Defect Reform Work After many hours of negotiation, a compromise has been reached on House Bill 1279, a bipartisan effort that would require informed consent and a majority vote of owners ...

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Second TABOR Reform Bill Introduced Another opportunity to address a years-long Chamber priority to free up general funds for education and transportation surfaced in the Senate this week. Senate Bill 267 would, among other things, ...

This Week In Policy

Transportation investment prioritized by House and Senate leadership Investment in transportation is critical for the economic future of our state. Without it, we will not continue to attract world-class companies and workers. Given the declining ...

This Week in Policy

TABOR Reform Bill Advances Twenty-five years after Colorado voters approved the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, better known as TABOR, we’ve seen the impact of prescribing caps and investment requirements in our constitution. While we continue ...