Today, the Common Sense Policy Roundtable (CSPR) released the annual Colorado Budget Then & Now, a summary look at spending over the last 20 years.
Using publicly available data, CSPR estimated property tax revenues across two different scenarios of near-term oil and gas development.
CSPR released a new study, Proposition CC: Critical Questions Answered, evaluating the history and impact of state spending under TABOR.
“We look forward to amplifying our research in the area of energy policy and welcome Simon’s expertise,” continued Strohm.
REMI Partnership study “Anticipating a State Health Care Option: Will Businesses Face Higher Costs or Will Quality & Access be Cut?” analyzes the cost of a health care state option
In honor of the back-to-school season, this week Common Sense Policy Roundtable released “Dollars and Data: A Look at K-12 Education Funding in Colorado.”