TABOR
 ruling 
may be 
Monday

Mesa County commissioners could decide Monday to change course, away from a 2007 decision in which the county began excluding sales tax revenue from its collection limitation calculations…




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Thank your for the continued reporting on this topic. As someone who would gladly vote to get rid of TABOR all together, I find it deliciously amusing to see that both our conservative city and county governments decided to not trust the people and find a way around the law. What I’m wondering now is how discovery at this late date might impact local governments. Will they have to go back to the beginning and recalculate what they should have kept instead of what they did keep? If so, can we all expect refunds? How would individual refunds be calculated, since there is no way of knowing who buys all of their goods locally and who shops exclusively on the internet. Oh, this one is JUICY!

Oh Rosie, please don’t compare people of Mesa County with El Paso county.  What a slap in the face!  How bout just convincing our citizens to de-Bruce so funds will remain available for infrastructure expenditures.  We really don’t want to be represented by sub-standards of some Eastern slope counties!

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