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Colorado State Representative and member of the Joint Budget Committee Kim Ransom updates listeners on the Colorado budget and states that anywhere from $1 billion to $3 billion needs to be cut from the budget that was almost finished in March before the economic down-slide impact by COVID-19. Renee Anderson and Andy Jones, candidates for the Highlands Ranch Metro District Board, echo Kim’s comment that people need to be involved in local politics.

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  • Renee Anderson and Andy Jones, candidates for the Highlands Ranch Metro District Board, echo Kim’s comment that people need to be involved in local politics.
  • Colorado State Representative and member of the Joint Budget Committee Kim Ransom updates listeners on the Colorado budget and states that anywhere from $1 billion to $3 billion needs to be cut from the budget that was almost finished in March before the economic down-slide impact by COVID-19.

Colorado In Dire Need of Budget Cut

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Colorado State Representative and member of the Joint Budget Committee Kim Ransom updates listeners on the Colorado budget and states that anywhere from $1 billion to $3 billion needs to be cut from the budget that was almost finished in March before the economic down-slide impact by COVID-19.  The JBC begins discussions today at 9am.  The meeting is not open to the public; however, you may listen to it on Colorado State tv channel or leg.colorado.gov.  All documents can be found on the state website.  Rep. Ransom and Kim discuss possible cuts, including the Homestead Exemption, which Rep. Ransom states is not something her caucus is in favor of.

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Renee Anderson and Andy Jones, candidates for the Highlands Ranch Metro District Board, echo Kim’s comment that people need to be involved in local politics.  They are both running for office to keep Highlands Ranch’s taxes low and not to incorporate.  Vote tomorrow.

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