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Op-Ed: Proposition HH is Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing for Colorado TABOR
Proposition HH is a voter referendum that Coloradans will be encountering this year at the polls. It is posed as a property tax relief plan, but really does very little to create substantial property tax relief for Coloradans:
Colorado Senator Calls on Menendez to ‘Step Aside’ Following Bribery Charges
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado says Sen. Bob Menendez should resign following federal bribery charges.
Colorado Energy Groups Call on Biden to Revise Oil Regulation Plan
Energy groups have called on the Biden administration to prioritize U.S. energy production and America’s energy needs by developing fair and consistent federal leasing regulations.
Campaigns Accelerate to Influence Colorado Voters on Prop HH
Proponents and opponents of Proposition HH are making their case to Colorado voters ahead of the November vote on the measure that would lower property taxes.
Colorado Hotel Chain Will Need to Disclose ‘Hidden’ Prices + Fees
(The Center Square) – A hotel chain that does business in Colorado will now have to disclose "hidden" prices and fees as part of a settlement with the attorney general's office. Choice Hotel International, Inc., reached an agreement with Attorney General Phil Weiser after an investigation found the company misrepresented room rates, mandatory fees, and the total price in its advertising
Colorado Affected by UAW Strike Against the Big Three Automakers
The United Auto Workers on Friday at noon expanded its strike against the Big Three automakers to 38 locations at General Motors and Stellantis.
Colorado Trying to Boost EVs Tenfold by 2030 with Rebates + Credits
By handing out thousands in rebates and credits, the state of Colorado has an ambitious plan to get more electric vehicles on the road.
Colorado Utility Projects Natural Gas Bills Decline 35% Compared to Last Fall
Colorado consumers can anticipate lower heating bills during fall and early winter due to lower prices of wholesale natural gas, according to a filing from Xcel Energy.
Decision Would Allow Colorado’s Wolf Reintroduction Plan
The federal government is moving a step closer to allowing Colorado's voter-approved plan to reintroduce gray wolves by the end-of-the-year statutory deadline.
Colorado Renters Will be ‘Biggest Losers’ if Prop HH Passes
Coloradans who rent their homes won’t realize any savings if a November ballot initiative passes as they will lose money through a reduction in tax refunds.