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Monitoring Colorado’s Growing Regulatory Burden

Monitoring Colorado’s Growing Regulatory Burden

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Colorado’s free enterprise economic system is built upon a combination of federal, state and local laws. While federal policy can play a large role across certain industries, state policy plays a critical role in both accounting for regional differences and determining a state’s relative economic competitiveness.

Cole Anderson, CSI Research Analyst, breaks down the complexities of inflation in Colorado on KOA with Marty Lenz & Jeana Gondek.

Listen to the full interview - link in our bio!
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Colorado`s 2024 Legislative Agenda Unpacked: Chairman Earl Wright and CSI`s Jake Zambrano dissect a list of bills tackling housing, crime, education, and more.

Tune in to catch up on the action - link in bio!
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It`s tax day! DYK, Colorado`s sales tax is relatively high and can exceed 11% in some parts of the state? #taxday ...

Rise and shine, Colorado! 🌄

Join CSI on April 16th at 7:30am for a hearty serving of `Eggs & the Economy.` On the menu are the policy issues that matter most to Coloradans. We`re cracking open the future of housing, safety, and infrastructure with a panel of expert chefs: Kelly Brough, Debbie Brown, Chief Paul Pazen, Peter LiFari and our own Chief Economist Dr. Steven Byers.

Secure your seat at the table: https://bit.ly/3ULUbsY 🍳
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Help us in congratulating John Farnam, CSI Morgridge Child Welfare Fellow, on winning 9News Leader of the Year! ...

Tracking progress: CSI`s report evaluates the impact of 24 bills that create a regulatory burden on businesses.

Explore the details: https://bit.ly/3VW4GKX
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NEW: CSI analyzed HB24-1363 & shared latest data on Colorado’s charter schools. In 2022, 85% of students attending district charter schools earned a “performance” rating, the highest of four proficiency levels. #coleg #edcolo #factsmatter

Read report: https://bit.ly/4aTfaPh
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Sending best wishes to John Farnam and Peter LiFari as they represent CSI in the @9newsdenver Leader of the Year nomination! Proud to have such inspiring thought leaders on our team. ...

Middle-income Coloradans face a mounting burden as property taxes soar, contributing to a 17% surge in household expenses this year.

Dive into the full report to grasp the implications of this trend: https://bit.ly/3PXBRtT
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CSI’S MISSION

CSI’s mission is to examine the fiscal impacts of policies, initiatives, and proposed laws so that Coloradans are educated and informed on issues impacting their lives. Common Sense Institute was founded in 2010 originally as Common Sense Policy Roundtable. CSI’s founders were a concerned group of business and community leaders who observed that divisive partisanship was overwhelming policymaking and believed that sound economic analysis could help Coloradans make fact-based and common sense decisions.