The Colorado Constitution limits the amount of revenue, from most sources, that the state government and local governments are permitted to retain and spend or save. Revenue collected in excess of the constitutional revenue limit, or TABOR limit, must be refunded to taxpayers unless voters...
This report contains the final audited figures for state revenue retained under Referendum C in the 2005‑06 through 2020-21 state fiscal years and preliminary numbers for the 2021‑22 and 2022-23 state fiscal years. It also reflects the actions of the General Assembly and Governor in spending...
This memorandum highlights regional and sectoral differences in Colorado’s labor market and employment recovery from the pandemic‑induced recession, including in labor force, job openings, and employment.
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered numerous bills related to child & domestic matters.
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered numerous bills related to public health, including bills related to service providers and equipment, rare diseases, environmental quality, and data collection.
Summary report for the Legislative Interim Committee on Judicial Discipline.
The Legislative Oversight Committee Concerning Tax Policy (committee) is charged with reviewing the state’s current tax policy and the evaluations of tax expenditures that are statutorily completed by the Office of the State Auditor.
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to the courts and the judiciary.
Legislative Council Staff economic outlook presentation to the Joint Budget Committee.
Focus Colorado presents forecasts for the economy and state government revenue through FY 2019-20. Implications of the forecast for the state's General Fund budget and spending limit are described in the report's highlights and executive summary sections. The report is based on current law,...
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During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to human services, including bills concerning seniors and protected persons, assistance programs, and repurposing the Ridge View campus.
The General Assembly adopted several measures during the 2022 legislative session related to health care and health insurance.
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to behavioral health, including several bills recommended by Behavioral Health Transformational Task Force to address gaps in the continuum of care using federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, as well...
During the 2022 Legislative Session, several bills were introduced related to election administration and security, voter registration, initiatives and ballot measures, and campaign finance laws.
During the 2022 legislative session, the Colorado General Assembly considered several measures concerning professions and occupations including health care professionals, sunrise and sunset reviews, and employment and licensure.
This memorandum provides information on state government enterprises under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution, also known as the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR). From FY 1993-94 through FY 2022-23, 33 state government entities had received enterprise status for at least one...
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered several measures related to transportation funding, motor vehicles, other modes of transportation, and traffic offenses.
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly considered several bills affecting funding for capital construction and the duties of the Capital Development Committee (CDC).