As legislators begin to write the budget, state economists are projecting that General Fund revenues will exceed the TABOR/Ref C limit. It has been more than a decade since Colorado last hit the TABOR limit, but the consequences are clear: Colorado will be returning tax dollars before restoring the cuts made to vital services.
Nov. 15 marks the start of the second open-enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. We've gathered facts from Connect for Health Colorado, the Colorado Division of Insurance and healthcare.gov to help you better understand the process.
Tomorrow is Veterans Day, so this is a good time to highlight ongoing action by the Department of Defense that is designed to protect active-duty service members and their families from abusive lending practices.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) supports two-generation approaches – focusing on the needs of children as well as parents – by offering incentives for holistic care, accountability and streamlined eligibility processes, according to a recent report by The Aspen Institute.
Coloradans have been voting since before Colorado became a state. The first general election in the newly formed territory, in 1861, was to select a delegate to Congress and members of the Territorial Legislature. In that election, 9,597 votes were cast. 153 years later, we still enjoy the privilege of participating in this civic process.
Vote today – if you haven't already – and be part of the history we share with Coloradans who came before us.