The Campaign to Undo Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR)

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Karl Honneger explains the many problems with HB 19-1052 (the creation of Early Childhood Special Districts) and Kevin Lundberg discusses the dangers TABOR faces.

The danger of using special taxing districts for funding early childhood development

Kevin Honegger joins Kim to discuss the implications of House Bill 19-1052, “which allows for the creation of ‘Early Development Special Districts.'” Honneger and Kim discuss why this tax has the potential to be so pernicious and the huge burden it would place on tax-payers, children, parents, and teachers. For more information, please read Honegger’s article on Complete Colorado.

The campaign to undo TABOR

Former state senator Kevin Lundberg and Kim take a look at the Gallagher amendment, TABOR, and Amendment 23. Each of these plays a role in limiting what politicians can do when it comes to collecting taxes and the use of tax monies. Lundberg explains the issues and the efforts to undermine or bypass the protections of these legislations.

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