This report contains the final audited figures for state revenue retained under Referendum C in the 2005‑06 through 2016‑17 state fiscal years and preliminary numbers for the 2017‑18 and 2018‑19 state fiscal years. It also reflects the actions of the General Assembly and Governor in spending...
Senate Bill 18-001, enacted during the 2018 legislative session, is a significant piece of transportation funding legislation. SB 18‑001 commits state General Fund revenue for transportation projects and establishes financial mechanisms to address the passage or failure of transportation‑...
This memorandum provides information on five types of programs that provide property tax and/or rental cost relief to seniors.
Economic Outlook for the U.S. and Colorado
The ongoing expansion in the U.S. economy is fueld by consumer contributions.
Focus Colorado presents forecasts for the economy and state government revenue through FY 2020-21. Implications of the forecast for the state's General Fund budget and spending limit are described in the report's highlights and executive summary sections. The report is based on current law,...
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The General Assembly considered several bills concerning budgeting and the state budget during the 2018 legislative session.
The General Assembly considered bills that modified the responsibilities of the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR), clarified taxing requirements, and made changes to the tax remittance process.
During the 2018 legislative session, the General Assembly considered bills relating to the regulation of both medical and recreational marijuana on topics such as taxes, research, use of medical marijuana, and marijuana business licensing.
During the 2018 legislative session, the General Assembly considered several bills to clarify practices related to events at which alcohol is auctioned or sold, redefined Japanese rice wine, and passed additional legislation related to the retail sale of low- and full-strength beer.
Colorado receives annual payments from tobacco manufacturers as part of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA). In April 2018, the state received $177.3 million, including a one-time payment of $113.3 million pursuant to the Nonparticipating Manufacturers Adjustment Settlement Agreement,...
FY 2018-19 Appropriations Report