'It's very, very complicated," said a tax accountant who trains other tax accountants.
Denver leaders are considering creating Colorado's first "tourism improvement district," which would allow the city to charge extra taxes and fees to hotels.
Leadership in the House and Senate said lawmakers need to keep talking, while citizen groups may be bringing competing transportation measures to the ballot.
The Denver General Mail Facility office at 7550 E. 53rd Place will be open until 10 p.m. NOT MIDNIGHT. 10 p.m.
And once it gets there, it needs to get past Colorado voters, who have only approved one new tax in the last 25 years.
Small jurisdictions face a financial crisis where the mining company is the primary taxpayer.
Peabody Energy failed to make a property tax payment, cutting 40 percent of South Routt County’s school budget.
A tiny school district caught up in a giant coal company's financial woes got a million-dollar bailout from the Colorado board of education.
Just getting rid of TABOR would not solve Colorado's fiscal problems, but TABOR makes those problems much harder to fix. Unless you want to cut a lot of programs and services.
When you try to figure out how much new construction is contributing to a need for affordable housing, you get some really big numbers.
Denver artists John Johnston and Scott Wallace remade Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" with a cast of dolls, and it's really something.