Pew Center: TABOR's Restrictions Putting Colorado In Fiscal Peril

03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Colorado isn't in the top 10 states in "fiscal peril," according to a new report from Pew Center on the States.

It's number 11.

Along with Georgia and Kentucky, the Pew Center found that Colorado is worse off than 37 other states when it comes to money woes. Although the state has the 17th lowest unemployment rate change from a year ago and ties with Oregon and Louisiana for the 22nd lowest foreclosure rate in the United States, the Pew report pointed to Colorado tax policy as an obstacle to climbing out of its budget hole.

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