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Headlines from the Colorado Tax Report

Colorado's report on what taxes look like in our state sheds some light on the problems within our tax code. Here are the important takeaways.

A Perspective on Financial Empowerment: Q&A with Kat Traylor

Kat Traylor provides her perspective on what must be done to address disparities within Colorado's financial system.

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Financial Empowerment in Practice: Q&A with Dr. Barbara Freeman

Dr. Barbara Freeman shares stories of lived experiences showing why Colorado urgently needs a statewide strategy for financial empowerment.

Prop 118 is a Major Win for Colorado Families

Proposition 118 is a huge win for Colorado families and positions our state as a leader in expanding truly universal portable benefits.

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The 2020 Election & Colorado’s Fiscal Future

Measures passed in Colorado as part of the 2020 election will change Colorado's fiscal picture into the future. What does that mean for our taxes and our state's budget?

Tired of Local Regressive Tax Choices? Amendment B Would Help

Colorado's constitutional property tax limits have forced local governments to use regressive taxes and have strained state budget resources. Amendment B would help.

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Prop 117 is Bad for Colorado’s Democracy

Proposition 117 would allow dark money and special interests to distort the issues in a way that would hurt the democratic process.

Questions We’ve Gotten About 2020 Ballot Measures

Given how critical many of the 2020 ballot questions are to the future of Colorado, we decided to answer some of the more common questions we've heard about the issues.

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2020 Ballot Guide: Analysis & Recommendations

With 11 statewide measures on Colorado's ballot this year, the Bell Policy Center's 2020 Ballot Guide provides expert analysis and in-depth recommendations for voters.

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Colorado UI Update: October 1

UI numbers through August continue to show the disproportionate economic impact of this virus on Black and American Indian workers.