Court Opinion: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinion for March 21

The Colorado Court of Appeals released one opinion on March 21, which covered a case involving TABOR and water districts.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Feb. 29

The Colorado Court of Appeals released five opinions on Feb. 29, including a case involving the application of the piercing the corporate veil doctrine.

About a quarter of the way into the session, legislators focus on housing and property taxes

Brownstein Shareholder Sarah Mercer goes over the bills introduced so far this session that relate to housing and property taxes.

IRS won’t tax Colorado’s 2023 TABOR refunds

Coloradans don’t have to worry about paying taxes on their Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights refunds this year. 

Pair of special session bills heads to governor’s desk as property tax relief nears finish line

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.

Colorado voters decisively reject property tax measure backed by Democrats

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 Deal With the New Deal in Colorado

The New Deal was designed to stabilize the economy during the Great Depression but what did it mean for Colorado?

Colorado Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Tuesday

The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in three cases on Tuesday, including a TABOR challenge to Colorado's new family leave law.