A Conversation with the Author of the Gallagher Amendment

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Former state senator Dennis Gallagher, the author of the Gallagher Amendment, joins Kim to discuss how the Gallagher Amendment keeps property taxes low for Coloradans.

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Former State Senator and Denver Auditor Dennis Gallagher on The Gallagher Amendment

The Gallagher Amendment has been enshrined in the Colorado Constitution for four decades. In 1982, then-state legislator Dennis Gallagher drafted the referendum that would go on to bear his name. The Gallagher Amendment controls how property value is determined and assessed. Do you like to pay exorbitant property taxes? Politicians would love to take more of your hard-earned money. The Gallagher Amendment is one of the constitutional protections that keep Coloradans safe from excessive taxation. In today’s show, Kim has a conversation with Dennis Gallagher about the Gallagher Amendment.

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