Denver, CO – To help navigate the ballot, Common Sense Institute has released the 2020 Ballot Guide.
Run your own inputs through the Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave Model to project a broad range of fiscal and individual results.
This November, Colorado voters will be asked to approve or reject a proposed reform of the state’s property tax system through a repeal of the Gallagher Amendment of 1982.
The costs for Colorado residents to obtain a degree at a university or college within the state is only getting more expensive, as tuition and fees have far outpaced inflation and most other consumer items.
A series of legislative proposals and proposed ballot measures would impose billions of dollars of higher taxes and fees on a state economy that’s struggling to restart after the COVID-19 shutdown.
The Unemployment Insurance trust fund, from which unemployment benefits are paid, stands to go insolvent soon—likely before the end of June.