Two bills from the Colorado Legislature’s special session on property taxes are headed to the desk of Gov. Jared Polis after weekend work, and lawmakers could wrap up work on the rest of the legislation as soon as Monday.
A proposal backed by Colorado Democrats to cut property tax rates while allowing the state to retain more excess tax revenue in the long term appeared to be decisively rejected by voters on Tuesday.
The Colorado Supreme Court unanimously affirmed a judgment in part and vacated in part a case involving a ballot question on property taxes.
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The Colorado Supreme Court en banc unanimously reversed a judgment involving fractional owners and property taxes.
COVID-19 has caused many issues throughout the country, and now it’s at the forefront of oral arguments at the Colorado Supreme Court.
In People v. Dennel, the Colorado Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a judgment connected to the juvenile transfer statute.
2022 Legislative Report – A Frenzied End to the Legislative Session Leads into a Chaotic Campaign Season
Brownstein shareholder Sarah Mercer and policy advisor Jia Meeks provide a summary of the Colorado legislative session in this opinion piece.
The Colorado Supreme Court abolished res gestae and concluded a bumpy Boulder sidewalk didn't pose an “unreasonable risk” to a pedestrian.
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