Where Do Your Tax Dollars Go?

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Analyst, blogger, and Leadership Program of the Rockies Alumnus Rick Turnquist joins Kim to discuss the proper role of government and how Colorado tax dollars are being spent.

What’s the proper role of government and how are Colorado’s tax dollars being used

PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats, and Interested Parties) say they need more money and then they’ll fix, fill in the blank. They are on a mission to talk you into voting to get rid of two key amendments to Colorado’s Constitution, the Gallagher Amendment and TABOR, Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights.

You need to be armed with the facts.

Analyst and blogger, Rick Turnquist, joins Kim to unpack the Colorado Budget and where our money is really going. If you are a Colorado taxpayer, this is an important issue, regardless of ofy your political affiliation. Please take the time to read Rick’s article, The Proper Role of Government.

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