Tag: Colorado Taxpayer's Bill of Rights

  • Colorado voters have rejected 68% of TABOR ballot measures over the last 30 years

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    Colorado voters have rejected 68% of ballot measures requiring a statewide vote under the state’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, also known as TABOR. In 1992, Colorado voters approved Initiative 1, which created a Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights in the Colorado Constitution. The Colorado Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) requires voter approval for all new taxes,…

  • Lawsuit filed challenging proposed Colorado property tax ballot measure set for Nov. 2023 election

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    Advance Colorado and Englewood City Council member Steven Ward filed a lawsuit on May 15, 2023, in Denver County District Court, challenging the property tax measure recently placed on Colorado’s Nov. 2023 ballot. The lawsuit alleges that the measure violates the state’s single-subject rule, which requires ballot measures to concern a single subject, and alleges…