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You Get What You Pay For: Colorado Is First State to Let Citizens Track Their Taxes Online

Laura Chapin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Laura Chapin

State Treasurer Cary Kennedy has launched Colorado Tax Tracks, a nifty little tool that gives detailed information on an individual or family basis about how state tax dollars are spent.

Colorado Tax Exemption Debate Less Than Half Finished After Contentious Marathon Day

The Denver Post | Tim Hoover | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

A marathon committee hearing continued late into the night Wednesday as a flood of business groups argued against eliminating $132 million of tax cred...

Colorado Tax Debate: Tempers Flare

The Denver Post | Tim Hoover | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

A slew of 11 bills that would eliminate tax credits and exemptions was taking heavy flak from Republicans this morning, who were slowing the measures ...

Colorado's Top 5 Scandals of 2009

Luis Toro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Luis Toro

Here are the five scandals, from Scott McInnis' damning voice mail to Gale Norton's questionable oil industry work, we thought deserved to be remembered as we enter a new year.

Colorado Supreme Court Decision Determines Courts Can Decide On School Funding

The Denver Post | Tim Hoover | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

In an opinion that could have profound implications for the state budget, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled today that a group of plaintiffs has the ri...