Brownstein Colorado Ballot Initiative Tracker

Brownstein’s Political & Regulatory Law Group presents this comprehensive tracker of all Colorado statewide ballot initiatives proposed during the 2019-2020 cycle, including any appeals from the Title Board to the Colorado Supreme Court. Information will be updated within 24 hours of any change. Where available, hyperlinks are provided to the initiative’s final text, title, review and comment memo, appellate decision, fiscal impact estimate and ballot analysis.

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2019-2020 Colorado Ballot Initiatives 

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Oil and Gas

Summary

Status

Notes

#1: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing; Proponents appear to be pursing related initiative #22

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #1, #2, #22

07/27/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#2: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Review & Comment hearing held; Proponents appear to be pursing related initiative #22

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #1, #2, #22

08/03/18:|
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/15/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/17/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#22: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Expired

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #1, #2, #22

11/13/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/09/19:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State 

02/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/06/19:
Title set by Title Board

02/13/19:
Motion for Rehearing

02/20/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent that the Title board amended the titles

#64: Oil and Gas Regulation (statutory) – seeks to change the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to an independent regulatory commission funded by severance tax revenues to foster and regulation responsible oil and gas production that balances the protection of private property rights, local input and priorities, and the protection of public health and safety, as well as minimizes environmental impacts

Denied title setting; motion for rehearing withdrawn

Proponents: John Brackney and Barbara Kirkmeyer

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #64, #65, #66, #67

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

#65: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Denied title setting; motion for rehearing withdrawn

Proponents: John Brackney and Barbara Kirkmeyer

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #64, #65, #66, #67

03/21/19:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

#66: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Denied title setting; motion for rehearing withdrawn

Proponents: John Brackney and Barbara Kirkmeyer

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #64, #65, #66, #67

03/21/19:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

#67: Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to education funding and medical care and treatment

Denied title setting; motion for rehearing withdrawn

Proponents: John Brackney and Barbara Kirkmeyer

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #64, #65, #66, #67

03/21/19:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/17/19:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

#173: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to require a “buffer zone” of 2,500 feet between new oil and gas development on non-federal land, on the one hand, and occupied structures, such as homes, schools, and hospitals, and vulnerable areas, such as rivers, public parks, and open space, on the other hand; and permits state and local governments to require a larger distance

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #173, #174, #175, #176, #177

01/07/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#174: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to require a “safety zone” of 2,500 feet between new oil and gas development on non-federal land, on the one hand, and occupied structures, such as homes, schools, and hospitals, and vulnerable areas, such as rivers, public parks, and open space, on the other hand; and permit state and local governments to require a larger distance

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #173, #174, #175, #176, #177

01/07/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#175: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to require a “safety zone” of 2,500 feet between new oil and gas development on non-federal land, on the one hand, and occupied structures, such as homes, schools, and hospitals, and vulnerable areas, such as rivers, public parks, and open space, on the other hand; permit state and local governments to require a larger distance; and allow homeowners the opportunity to waive the “safety zone” requirement for their principal residence

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #173, #174, #175, #176, #177

01/07/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/05/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#176: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to require a buffer zone of 2,000 feet between new oil and gas development on non-federal land, on the one hand, and occupied structures, such as homes, schools, and hospitals, and vulnerable areas, such as rivers, public parks, and open space, on the other hand; and permits state and local governments to require a larger distance

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #173, #174, #175, #176, #177

01/07/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#177: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to require a “safety zone” of 2,000 feet between new oil and gas development on non-federal land, on the one hand, and occupied structures, such as homes, schools, and hospitals, and vulnerable areas, such as rivers, public parks, and open space, on the other hand; permit state and local governments to require a larger distance; and allow homeowners the opportunity to waive the “safety zone” requirement for their principal residence

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #173, #174, #175, #176, #177

01/07/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#178: Oil and Gas Operator Financial Assurance (statutory) – seeks to require that oil and gas operators provide financial assurance sufficient to cover future closure, remediation and restoration of oil and gas wells, and provide that the minimum financial assurance shall be $270,000.00 per well

Title set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

Election Year: 2020

01/07/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/21/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Final Text as corrected by the Title Board

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#284: Prohibit Restrictions on the Utilization of Natural Gas – seeks to prevent the state government and local governments from imposing restrictions on the installation of natural gas utilization in new construction or renovation or otherwise limiting consumer choice to install natural gas except as required for safety purposes

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Greg Kiskiyama and Keith Venable

Election Year: 2020

02/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

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Fiscal Policy

Summary

Status

Notes

#3: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution

Colorado Supreme Court reversed Title Board on appeal; Title set at Title Board rehearing; Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Set by Title board in second appeal

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/06/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/04/19:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/04/19:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/15/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/16/19:|
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

01/22/2019
Motion for Rehearing filed

02/06/19:
Motion for Rehearing denied as to single subject; Motion for Rehearing as to the fiscal impact abstract

02/13/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

03/05/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioner's Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

03/25/19:
Petitioner's Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

06/17/19:
Colorado Supreme Court Opinion

07/17/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

07/18/19:
Motion for Rehearing (Bruce) filed

07/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing (Banta) filed

Proponents' Motion for Rehearing

08/07/19:
Title Board Rehearing did not occur because designated representatives did not attend

08/21/19:
Title Board Rehearing held and Proponent's Motions for Rehearing granted only to the extent that changes were made to the fiscal impact abstract

08/23/19:
Petitioner Bruce's Petition for Review

Order of Court on Briefing

08/29/19:
Petitioners Hedges and Briggs' Petition for Review

Petitioner Banta's Petition for Review

09/03/19:
Amended Briefing Order

09/05/19:
Petitioner Bruce's Opening Brief

09/18/19:
Petitioners Hedges and Briggs' Opening Brief

10/08/19:
Petitioner Banta's Answer Brief

Petitioners Hedges and Briggs' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

12/23/19:
Colorado Supreme Court Opinion

#4: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#5: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#6: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) substantive provisions of the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#7: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (3) the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (4) all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#8: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) substantive provisions of the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (3) the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (4) all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#9: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; (2) eliminate the requirement for prior voter approval for any assessment ratio increase for a property class; and (3) create an exception to the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures based on the total projected revenue from all of a district's concurrent tax measures

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#10: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#11: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; (2) eliminate the requirement for prior voter approval for any assessment ratio increase for a property class; (3) create an exception to the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures based on the total projected revenue from all of a district's concurrent tax measures; (4) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (5) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#12: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#13: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; (2) eliminate the requirement for prior voter approval for any assessment ratio increase for a property class; (3) create an exception to the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures based on the total projected revenue from all of a district's concurrent tax measures; (4) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (5) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (6) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#14: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (3) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (4) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#15: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; and (2) amend the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#16: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; and (2) amend the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#17: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; (2) amend the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures; (3) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (4) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#18: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) amend the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures; (3) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (4) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#19: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, excluding the requirement for prior voter approval for tax measures; (2) amend the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures; (3) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (4) repeal the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (5) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review & Comment hearing held

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/16/18:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

#20: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; (3) the requirement that the nonresidential property tax assessment rate is 29 percent; and (4) all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#21: State Fiscal Policy (constitutional) – seeks to create an exception in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, to the prior voter approval requirement for tax measures based on the total projected revenue from all of a district's concurrent tax measures

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

11/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#33: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to repeal most provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases

Review and Comment hearing held; Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #84

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#34: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; and (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held; Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #85

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#35: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #86

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#36: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #87

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#37: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #88

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#38: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #89

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#39: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace the repealed provisions with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #90

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#40: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #91

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#41: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #92

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#42: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #93

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#43: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #94

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#44: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #95

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#45: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #96

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#46: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #97

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#47: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #98

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#48: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #99

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#49: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #100

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#50: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to create an exception in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, that voter approval for a tax measure is not required if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Review and Comment hearing held, Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #101

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

02/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/26/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#84: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to repeal most provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/24/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#85: State Fiscal Policy (Constitution Repeal) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; and (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

05/24/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#86: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including prior voter approval for tax increases; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/2019:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#87: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal: (1) the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

05/24/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#88: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#89: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#90: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace the repealed provisions with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#91: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#92: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#93: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#94: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for any tax measure if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#95: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#96: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:

Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#97: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#98: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; and (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#99: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#100: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to: (1) partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, and replace it with a version that does not require voter approval for (i) any local district tax measure or (ii) any state tax measure if the state’s total projected revenue from the tax measure is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year; (2) repeal the requirement regarding how the General Assembly adjusts the assessment rate for residential real property, commonly referred to as the “Gallagher Amendment”; and (3) repeal all funding requirements for public preschool through twelfth grade education that were included in “Amendment 23”

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#101: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to create an exception in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, that voter approval for a tax measure is not required if the total projected revenue is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year of that district

Motion for Rehearing denied; Title setting denied

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #84, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

04/10/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Service

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

06/11/19:
Motion for Rehearing

06/19/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#111: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, requiring elections for new taxes and district debt and providing for spending limits

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Ali Mickelson and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

06/13/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

06/28/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#112: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to the provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, requiring elections for new taxes and providing for spending limits

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Ali Mickelson and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

06/13/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

06/28/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#113: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) –seeks to repeal the provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, requiring elections for new taxes and district debt

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Ali Mickelson and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

06/13/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

06/28/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#114: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to repeal the provisions in the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, requiring elections for new taxes

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Ali Mickelson and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

 

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

06/13/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

06/28/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#115: State Fiscal Policy (Constitutional) – seeks to partially repeal the Tax Payer Bill of Rights (“TABOR”), Art. X, § 20 of the Colorado Constitution, including provisions requiring elections and providing revenue and spending limits

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Ali Mickelson and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50, #85, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #94, #95, #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #111, #112, #113, #114, #115

06/13/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

06/28/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#132: Concerning State Tax Policy (constitutional) – seeks to establish a fair and just tax system that are necessary to satisfy constitutional requirements, establish justice, insure safety and security, promote the general welfare, and protect the environment, with the goal of all taxpayers paying the same percentage of income in total taxes

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #132, #179

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#133: Voter Approval of Certain Tax Increases (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval for any new state tax or state tax rate increase that applies to taxpayers whose income is in the lowest 90 percent of income subject to the tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #133, #134, #180

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#134: Voter Approval of Certain Tax Increases (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval for any new state tax or state tax rate increase except for those that apply only to taxpayers whose income is in the highest 10 percent of income subject to the tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #133, #134, #180

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#135: Voter Approval of Tax Measures (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval of tax measures except if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all new tax measures is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year and if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all tax measures in the last five fiscal years is 10 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #135, #136, #181, #182

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#136: Voter Approval of Tax Measures (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval of tax measures except if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all new tax measures is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year and if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all tax measures in the last five fiscal years is 10 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year, and permits these tax measures to be decided in local district elections 

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #135, #136, #181, #182

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#137: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#138: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#139: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#140: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#141: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#142: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#143: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#144: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

 

#145: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#146: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#147: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

 

#148: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#149: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#150: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#151: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

 

#152: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#153: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#154: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#155: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#156: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#157: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#158: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#159: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#160: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#161: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#162: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#163: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

     

#164: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#165: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#166: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax to be set by the General Assembly

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#179: Concerning State Tax Policy (constitutional) – seeks to establish a fair and just tax system that are necessary to satisfy constitutional requirements, establish justice, insure safety and security, promote the general welfare, and protect the environment, with the goal of all taxpayers paying the same percentage of income in total taxes

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #132, #179

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#180: Voter Approval of Certain Tax Increases (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval for any new state tax or state tax rate increase that applies to taxpayers whose income is in the lowest 90 percent of income subject to the tax

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#181: Voter Approval of Tax Measures (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval of tax measures except if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all new tax measures is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year and if the state’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all tax measures in the last five fiscal years is 10 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #135, #136, #181, #182

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#182: Voter Approval of Tax Measures (constitutional) – seeks to require voter approval of tax measures except if the district’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all new tax measures is 5 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year and if the district’s projected revenue in a fiscal year from all tax measures in the last five fiscal years is 10 percent or less of the fiscal year spending in the last complete fiscal year, and permits these tax measures to be decided in local district elections 

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #135, #136, #181, #182

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#183:Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#184: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#185: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#186: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#187: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#188: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#189: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#190: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#191: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#192: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#193: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title 

#194: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax of at least $250.00

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title 

#195: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates and provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160, #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

01/08/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/17/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/22/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/12/20:
Motion for Rehearing - Sandberg

Motion for Rehearing - Sopkin

02/19/20:
Motions for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing except for changes made to the title

#224: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.06 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#225: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.09 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#226: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.095 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#227: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.10 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#228: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.11 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#229: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.13 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#230: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.06 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#231: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.09 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#232: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.095 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

03/04/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#233: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.10 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#234: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.11 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#235: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.13 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#236: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.06 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#237: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.09 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#238: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.095 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#239: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.10 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#240: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.11 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#241: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.13 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 42 percent of the manufacturer’s list price

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/22/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/24/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#251: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a fair tax review commission

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#252: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#253: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a fair tax review commission

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#254: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#255: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a fair tax review commission

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#256: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#267: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#268: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#269: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a fair tax review commission

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#270: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#271: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, and establishes a fair tax review commission

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#272: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to create a graduated income tax system that taxes greater incomes at higher rates, provides that the revenue obtained is a voter-approved revenue change, establishes a fair tax review commission, and establishes a corporate alternative minimum income tax

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Carol Hedges and Steve Briggs

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147. #148, #149, #150, #151, #152, #153, #154, #155, #156, #157, #158, #159, #160. #161, #162, #163, #164, #165, #166, #183, #184, #185, #186, #187, #188, #189. #190, #191, #192, #193, #194, #195, #251, #252, #253, #254, #255, #256, #267, #268, #269, #270, #271, #272

02/05/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#273: Voter Approval Requirements for Creation of Certain Fee-Based Enterprises (statutory) – seeks to require that any enterprise with a projected collection of over $50,000.00 in its first five fiscal years must be approval at an election

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Michael Fields and Lindsey Singer

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #273, #274, #275

02/06/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1:00 p.m.

#274: Voter Approval Requirements for Creation of Certain Fee-Based Enterprises (statutory) – seeks to require that any enterprise with a projected collection of over $100,000.00 in its first five fiscal years must be approval at an election

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Michael Fields and Lindsey Singer

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #273, #274, #275

02/06/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1:00 p.m.

#275: Voter Approval Requirements for Creation of Certain Fee-Based Enterprises (statutory) – seeks to require that any enterprise with a projected collection of over $50,000.00 in its first three fiscal years must be approval at an election

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Michael Fields and Lindsey Singer

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #273, #274, #275

02/06/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1:00 p.m.

#276: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.095 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 32 percent of the purchase price paid

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#277: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.10 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 33 percent of the purchase price paid

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#278: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.12 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate of 35 percent of the purchase price paid

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#279: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.095 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate equal to the total state tax on tobacco products

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#280: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.10 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate equal to the total state tax on tobacco products

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#281: Increasing Taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products and Establishing a New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to establish a tax of $0.12 per cigarette on the sale of cigarettes by wholesalers to fund preschool programs, and a tax on tobacco and nicotine products, including electronic cigarettes, at the rate equal to the total state tax on tobacco products

Awaiting Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Anna Haynes and James Garcia

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #230, #231, #232, #233, #234, #235, #236, #237, #238, #239, #240, #241, #276, #277, #278, #279, #280, #281

01/10/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/20:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

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Status

Notes

#24: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $150,000 and corporate taxes

Withdrawn and appeal before the Colorado Supreme Court dismissed

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/22/19:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

03/22/19:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

03/22/19:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

04/02/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/03/19:
Title set by Title Board

04/03/19:
Title set by Title Board

04/03/19:
Motion for Rehearing 1 filed

04/09/19:
Motion for Rehearing 2 filed

04/10/19:
Motion for Rehearing 3 filed

04/17/19:
Motions for Rehearing denied except for changes to the title

04/19/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

04/23/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/06/19:
Court Order of Dismissal

#25: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, and to provide a tax credit for taxpayers making up to $50,000

Withdrawn before Initial Title Board Hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/22/19:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

03/22/19:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

03/22/19:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

04/02/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/03/19:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#26: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $175,000 and corporate taxes

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#27: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $175,000 and corporate taxes

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#28: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $175,000 and corporate taxes

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#29: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $175,000 and corporate taxes

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/21/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#51: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) –seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $150,000 and corporate taxes

Withdrawn Before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#52: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $150,000 and corporate taxes; and to provide a negative increment  for taxpayers making up to $50,000

Withdrawn Before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#53: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $200,000 and corporate taxes

Withdrawn Before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#55: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $150,000 and corporate taxes

Withdrawn before Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

03/18/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/28/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/01/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Motion for Rehearing filed

04/23/19:
Withdrawn by proponents before Title Board rehearing

#56: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $150,000 and corporate taxes; and to provide a negative increment  for taxpayers making up to $50,000

Denied title setting

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

03/18/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/28/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/01/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

#57: Funding for Public Schools (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income taxes for those taxpayers making over $200,000 and corporate taxes

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #51, #52, #53, #55, #56, #57

03/18/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/28/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/01/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Withdrawn by proponents at the initial Title Board hearing

#68: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program with New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, by taxing all sales of nicotine products an additional amount of 5 cents per milliliter or device, and permitting tax credits for those making contributions toward out-of-school learning experiences

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; title setting denied

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Denied title setting on Title Board rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

06/14/19:
Order affirming Title Board

#69: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program with New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, by taxing all sales of nicotine products an additional amount of 5 cents per milliliter or device, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on taxs credits for contributions than Initiative #68

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; title setting denied

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Denied title setting on Title Board rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

06/14/19:
Order affirming Title Board

#70: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program with New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, by taxing all sales of nicotine products an additional amount of 5 cents per milliliter or device, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on tax credits for contributions than Initiatives #68 and #69

Withdrawn

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Title Set by Title Board

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing (proponents)

04/26/19:
Motion for rehearing by proponents withdrawn; motion for rehearing by Kenneth Nova granted only as to changes to the title

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Court Order of Dismissal

#71: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program with New Tax on Nicotine Products (statutory) – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, by taxing all sales of nicotine products an additional amount of 5 cents per milliliter or device, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on tax credits for contributions than Initiatives #68, #69, and #70

Withdrawn

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Title Set by Title Board

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/24/19:
Motion for Rehearing (proponents)

04/26/19:
Motion for rehearing by proponents withdrawn; motion for rehearing by Kenneth Nova granted only as to changes to the title

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Court Order of Dismissal

#72: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, through appropriations from the General Assembly, and permitting tax credits for those making contributions toward out-of-school learning experiences

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; title setting denied

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Motion for rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

06/14/19:
Order affirming Title Board

#73: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, through appropriations from the General Assembly, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on tax credits for contributions than Initiative #72

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; title setting denied

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Motion for rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

06/14/19:
Order affirming Title Board

#74: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, through appropriations from the General Assembly, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on tax credits for contributions than Initiatives #73 and #74

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; Title Set

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Motion for Rehearing granted as to single subject

04/29/19:
Second Motion for Rehearing

05/01/19:
Title Set at Second Rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Respondents' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioner's Answer Brief

Respondents' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

01/13/20:
Opinion

#75: Establishment of Expanded Learning Opportunities Program – seeks to fund out-of-school learning experiences, such as tutoring and supplemental academic instruction, through appropriations from the General Assembly, and permitting slightly varying cap limits on tax credits for contributions than Initiatives #73, #74 and #75

Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal; Title Set

Proponents: Juliet Sebold and Monica Colbert

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75

03/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Denied title setting on single subject grounds

04/23/19:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/19:
Motion for Rehearing granted as to single subject

04/29/19:
Second Motion for Rehearing

05/01/19:
Title Set at Second Rehearing

05/03/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

05/20/19:
Simultaneous Opening Briefs Due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioners' Opening Brief

Respondents' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

06/03/19:
Simultaneous Answer Briefs due to the Colorado Supreme Court

Petitioner's Answer Brief

Respondents' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

01/13/20:
Opinion

#168: State Out-of-School Learning Opportunities Program (statutory) – seeks to establish an out-of-school learning opportunities program, an out-of-school learning agency that would create a nonprofit to administer the program, and an out-of-school learning opportunities fund

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Amber Drevon and Charles Dukes

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #168, #169, #170, #171

12/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/02/2020:
Review and Comment hearing held

01/03/20:
Original text filed with Secretary of State

Amended text filed with Secretary of State

Final text filed with Secretary of State

01/14/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/15/20:

Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/22/20:

Motion for Rehearing

02/05/20:

Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent changes were made to the title

#169: State Out-of-School Learning Opportunities Program (statutory) – seeks to establish an out-of-school learning opportunities program, an out-of-school learning agency that would create a nonprofit to administer the program, and an out-of-school learning opportunities fund, and provide a tax credit for those who contribute to the program

Title setting denied at Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Amber Drevon and Charles Dukes

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #168, #169, #170, #171

12/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/2020:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

Review and Comment hearing held

01/03/20:
Original text filed with Secretary of State

Amended text filed with Secretary of State

Final text filed with Secretary of State

01/14/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/15/20:

Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/22/20:

Motion for Rehearing

02/05/20:

Title setting denied Title Board rehearing on single subject grounds

#170: State Out-of-School Learning Opportunities Program (statutory) – seeks to establish an out-of-school learning opportunities program, an out-of-school learning agency that would create a nonprofit to administer the program, and an out-of-school learning opportunities fund, and allow for a net operating loss of $250,000.00.

Title Set after Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Amber Drevon and Charles Dukes

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #168, #169, #170, #171

12/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/2020:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

Review and Comment hearing held

01/03/20:
Original text filed with Secretary of State

Amended text filed with Secretary of State

Final text filed with Secretary of State

01/14/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/15/20:

Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/22/20:

Motion for Rehearing

02/05/20:

Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent changes were made to the title

#171: State Out-of-School Learning Opportunities Program (statutory) – seeks to establish an out-of-school learning opportunities program, an out-of-school learning agency that would create a nonprofit to administer the program, and an out-of-school learning opportunities fund; provide a tax credit for those who contribute to the program; and allow for a net operating loss of $250,000.00.

Title setting denied at Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Amber Drevon and Charles Dukes

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #168, #169, #170, #171

12/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/2020:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

Review and Comment hearing held

01/03/20:
Original text filed with Secretary of State

Amended text filed with Secretary of State

Final text filed with Secretary of State

01/14/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/15/20:

Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/22/20:

Motion for Rehearing

02/05/20:

Title setting denied Title Board rehearing on single subject grounds

#250: State Out-of-School Learning Opportunities Program (statutory) – seeks to establish an out-of-school learning opportunities program, an out-of-school learning agency that would create a nonprofit to administer the program, and an out-of-school learning opportunities fund; provide a tax credit for those who contribute to the program; and have the amount of net operating losses that corporations may subtract from federal taxable income be limited by the executive director

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Chad Cookinham andCamille Howells

Election Year: 2020

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/03/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/18/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

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State Taxes

Summary

Status

Notes

#30: State Income Taxes (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to remove the constitutional requirement that all taxable net income to be taxed at one rate, excluding refund tax credits or voter-approved tax credits, with no added tax or surcharge; to increase taxes for taxpayers making over $150,000; to increase the corporate tax rate; and to distribute half of the money collected from the increased taxes for education funding

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#31: State Income Taxes (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to remove the constitutional requirement that all taxable net income to be taxed at one rate, excluding refund tax credits or voter-approved tax credits, with no added tax or surcharge; to increase taxes for taxpayers making over $150,000; to provide a tax credit for taxpayers making up to $50,000; to increase the corporate tax rate; and to distribute half of the money collected from the increased taxes for education funding

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#32: State Income Taxes (Constitutional, Statutory) – seeks to remove the constitutional requirement that all taxable net income to be taxed at one rate, excluding refund tax credits or voter-approved tax credits, with no added tax or surcharge; to increase taxes for taxpayers making over $175,000; to increase the corporate tax rate; and to distribute half of the money collected from the increased taxes for education funding

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2019

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32

02/07/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

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Elections

Summary

Status

Notes

#58: Approval Voting (statutory) – seeks to change Colorado elections to add  approval voting methods where voters can select any number of candidates and the winner is the most-approved candidate

 

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #58, #80, #104

03/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/29/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#59: Election Day as a State Holiday (statutory) – seeks to add the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of each even year to the list of state legal holiday and to call the holiday “Democracy Day”

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #59, #81, #105

03/19/19:Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/29/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#60: Vouchers for Campaigns (statutory) – seeks to create a “Democracy Voucher Act” whereby coupon books comprising of non-transferable vouchers could be used only for donations to political candidates for governor and state and federal congressional seats

Review and Comment hearing held

 

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #60, #82, #106

03/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/29/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#61: Tax Credits for Voting (statutory) – seeks to create a “Tax Credit for Voting Act” whereby voters that voted in primary and general elections for governor and state and federal congressional seats will be eligible for $40.00 state tax credits

Review and Comment hearing held

 

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #61, #83

03/19/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/29/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#76: Citizenship Qualification of Electors (constitutional) – seeks to alter who qualifies as an elector under the Colorado Constitution

Qualified for the 2020 ballot

Proponents: George Athanasopoulos and Arvin Michel

Election Year: 2020

03/26/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/09/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/18/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/18/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/18/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/23/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

05/01/19:
Title set at Initial Title Board hearing

07/22/19:
Petition format approved

11/12/19:
Signatures due

11/12/19:
Petition submitted

12/12/19:
Statement of Sufficiency

#80Approval Voting (statutory) – seeks to change Colorado elections to add  approval voting methods where voters can select any number of candidates and the winner is the most-approved candidate

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #58, #80

04/09/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/23/19:
Review and Comment Hearing to be held at 10:00 a.m.

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/23/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#81: Election Day as a State Holiday (statutory) – seeks to add the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of each even year to the list of state legal holiday and to call the holiday “Democracy Day

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #59, #81

04/09/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/23/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#82Vouchers for Campaigns (statutory) – seeks to create a “Democracy Voucher Act” whereby coupon books comprising of non-transferable vouchers could be used only for donations to political candidates for governor and state and federal congressional seats

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #60, #82

04/09/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/19/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/23/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#83Tax Credits for Voting (statutory) – seeks to create a “Tax Credit for Voting Act” whereby voters that voted in primary and general elections will be eligible for $40.00 state tax credits

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #61, #83

04/09/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/18/19:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/16/20:
Petition format approved

07/10/20:
Signatures due

#104Approval Voting (statutory) – seeks to change Colorado elections to add  approval voting methods where voters can select any number of candidates and the winner is the candidate having the greater number of votes

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #58, 80, #104

04/23/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/18/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/16/20:
Petition format approved

07/10/20:
Signatures due

#105Election Day as a State Holiday (statutory) – seeks to add the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of each even year to the list of state legal holiday and to call the holiday “Democracy Day”

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #59, #81, #105

04/23/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/18/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/16/20:
Petition format approved

07/10/20:
Signatures due

#106Vouchers for Campaigns (statutory) – seeks to create a “Democracy Voucher Act” whereby vouchers could be used only for donations to political candidates for governor and state and federal congressional seats and are transferable only to the candidate

Title set at Initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark A. Tejada

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #60, #82, #106

04/23/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/16/19:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

01/16/20:
Petition format approved

07/10/20:
Signatures due

#127Petitions (constitutional) – seeks to amend and expand petition rights and limit referendum petitions

Title set at Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Natalie Menten and Donald L. Creager

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #127, #245

09/20/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

10/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

10/07/19:
Original and Final Text Submitted to Secretary of State

12/03/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

12/04/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that the measure does not constitute a single subject

12/06/19:
Original Text Submitted to Secretary of State

Amended Text Submitted to Secretary of State

Final Text Submitted to Secretary of State

12/20/19:
Original Text (revised and resubmitted)

Amended Text (revised and resubmitted)

Final Text (revised and resubmitted)

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Title Board hearing held and title set

01/07/20:
Motion for Rehearing

01/07/20:
Motion for Rehearing 2

01/15/20:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing granted because measure does not constitute a single subject

#245: Petitions (constitutional) – seeks to amend and expand petition rights and limit referendum petitions

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Natalie Menten and Chip Creager

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #127, #245

01/16/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/27/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/30/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

01/31/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/18/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#258: Instant Runoff Voting for Elections of United States Representatives (statutory) – seeks to apply  a system of ranked choice voting in which voters select any number of candidates by ranking them from most
preferred to least preferred for all elections in Colorado for the U.S. House of Representatives, and the candidate who obtains greater than 50 percent of the vote is declared the winner

Review and Comment Hearing held

Proponents: Joseph Vahle and Shelly Lucas

Election Year: 2020

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/14/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/18/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#285: Economic Impact Statement Requirement Pertaining to Ballot Titles – seeks to require ballot titles include an objective summary of qualifying economic impact statements, including the effects on employment; GDP; and state and local government revenues, expenditures and fiscal liablity

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kathy Turley and Emily Martini

Election Year: 2020

02/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

#286: Economic Impact Statements for Initiated Measures – seeks to require a fiscal impact statement for every referred measure

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kathy Turley and Emily Martini

Election Year: 2020

02/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

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Abortion

Summary

Status

Notes

#108: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the mother, by making it unlawful for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Title setting denied by Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/4/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/07/19:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/18/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/19/19:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled for 1:00 p.m. but Proponents did not appear and Title Board voted to layover title setting until its next meeting

07/03/19:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

07/10/19:
Motion for Rehearing 1

Motion for Rehearing 2

07/17/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing granted due to substantial amendment after Review and Comment Hearing

#116: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it a felony for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/17/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

08/02/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

08/19/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

08/21/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

#117: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it a felony for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#118: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it a felony for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#119: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it a felony for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#120: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it a felony for physicians to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

08/02/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

08/19/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

08/21/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

Corrected Final Text

09/19/19:
Petition format approved

03/04/20:
Signatures due

#121: Prohibition on Late Term Abortions (statutory) – seeks to prevent abortions performed at least 22 weeks after gestation, except in cases to save the life of the pregnant mother, by making it unprofessional conduct  for anybody to perform them and by suspending the medical licenses of physicians who perform them

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Erin Behrens and Giuliana Day

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #108, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121

05/21/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/02/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

08/02/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

08/19/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

08/21/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

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Housing

Summary

Status

Notes

#109: Limits on Local Housing Growth (statutory) – seeks to seeks to allow cities and counties to limit residential housing growth, including permitting counties to limit growth uniformly throughout county and in home rule cities within the county, and seeks to enact 1% annual residential growth limits in eight Front Range counties beginning in 2021

Withdrawn

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #109, #122

06/06/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

06/18/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/20/19:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled held

06/21/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

07/01/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

07/03/19:
Title set at Initial Title Board hearing

07/10/19:
Motion for Rehearing

Exhibit A to Motion for Rehearing

07/17/19:
Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent that changes made to Fiscal Impact Statement

#122: Limits on Local Housing Growth (statutory) – seeks to: (1) allow cities and counties to limit residential housing growth, including permitting counties to limit growth uniformly throughout county and in home rule cities within the county, (2) enact 1% annual residential growth limits in eight Front Range counties beginning in 2021; (3) permit limited additional residential housing in said counties and cities when the growth is through affordable housing

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #109, #122

07/26/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/31/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/09/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

08/13/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

09/03/19:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

09/04/19:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

09/05/19:
Motion for Rehearing filed

09/18/19:
Title Board decided to layover rehearing after one of the designated representatives did not appear

10/02/19:
Title Board rehearing held and Proponent's Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent Board made changes to title; Objector's Motion for Rehearing denied

10/09/19:
Petition for Review Filed with the Colorado Supreme Court

10/10/19:
Order regarding briefing schedule

10/29/19:
Petitioner's Opening Brief

Respondents' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

11/18/19:
Petitioner's Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

12/05/19:
Order affirming Title Board

01/16/20:
Petition format approved

06/05/20:
Signatures due

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Firearms

Summary

Status

Notes

#124: Prohibit Certain Firearms (unspecified) – seeks to ban all firearms that shoot more than 30 rounds per minute

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #124, #244

08/28/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

#125: Prohibit Certain Magazines (unspecified) – seeks to ban all magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #125, #243

08/28/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

#126: Firearm Storage Requirements (unspecified) – seeks to require all owners of gun shops and all gun dealers to lock their firearms in a safe at night

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

08/28/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

#242: Gun Storage Requirement for Gun Shop Owners and Gun Dealers (unspecified) – seeks to require all gun shop owners and gun dealers to lock their guns in a safe at night

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

01/13/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/24/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/27/20:
Review and Comment hearing held

#243: Prohibit Certain Magazines (unspecified) – seeks to ban all magazines that hold more than 10 rounds

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #125, #243

01/13/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/27/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

#244: Prohibit Certain Firearms (unspecified) – seeks to ban all firearms that shoot more than 30 rounds per minute

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Steven Merkel and Jonathan Greene

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #124, #244

10/13/20:

Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/24/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/27/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

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Cannabis

Summary

Status

Notes

#246: Repeal Constitutional Provisions Concerning the Personal Use and Regulation of Marijuana (constitutional) – seeks to repeal Colorado’s constitutional provisions regarding personal use and regulation of marijuana and declare that the recreational use of marijuana is a matter of statewide concern

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Mary Lou Moser and Willard Behm

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #246, #249, #282

01/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#249: Repeal Constitutional Provisions Concerning the Personal Use and Regulation of Marijuana (constitutional) – seeks to repeal Colorado’s constitutional provisions regarding personal use and regulation of marijuana and declare that the recreational use of marijuana is a matter of statewide concern

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Mary Lou Moser and Willard Behm

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #246, #248

01/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/03/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/05/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#282: Repeal Constitutional Provisions Concerning the Personal Use and Regulation of Marijuana (constitutional) – seeks to repeal Colorado’s constitutional provisions regarding personal use and regulation of marijuana

Letter issued

Proponents: Mary Lou Moser and Willard Behm

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #246, #249, #282

02/11/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

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Health Care

Summary

Status

Notes

#247: Paid Family and Medical Lease Insurance Program (statutory) – seeks to create a “Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Act” that would provide up to 16 weeks of insured paid time off to Colorado workers to address family and medical needs

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Timothy Tyler and Wendy Howell

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #247, #248, #283

01/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/31/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/18/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#248: Paid Family and Medical Lease Insurance Program (statutory) – seeks to create a “Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Act” that would provide up to 12 weeks of insured paid time off to Colorado workers to address family and medical needs

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Timothy Tyler and Wendy Howell

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #247, #248, 283

01/21/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/31/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/18/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#283: Paid Family and Medical Lease Insurance Program (statutory) – seeks to, among other things, provide up to 16 weeks of insured paid time off to Colorado workers to address family and medical needs, and to provide partial wage replacement and job protection for employees who have personal or family caregiving needs that require an extended absence from work

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Timothy Tyler and Wendy Howell

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #247, #248, #283

02/18/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

03/03/20:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

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Gaming

Summary

Status

Notes

#257: Local Voter Approval of Gaming Limits in Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek (statutory, constitutional) – seeks to provide local voter approval of gaming limits and rules for certain games

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Bruce Brown and Bill Cadman

Election Year: 2020

01/23/20:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/04/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/20:
Review and Comment Hearing held

02/07/20:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/14/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

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Other

Summary

Status

Notes

#23: Prohibit Certain Traps for Hunting Wildlife (unspecified) – seeks to ban the use and implementation of “spring traps” for hunting wildlife on public lands that do not discriminate against species of wildlife

Withdrawn before review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Samuel Matthews and Nora Matthews

Election Year: 2020

01/10/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#54: Daylight Saving Time (Statutory) – seeks to amend current law to keep Colorado on daylight saving time year-round, which means that Colorado would be permanently one hour later than Mountain Standard Time

Title set by Title Board

Proponents: Suzanne Staiert and Greg Brophy

Election Year: 2020

03/08/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/20/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/22/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/05/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State

04/16/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

04/17/19:
Title Set by Title Board

#62: Eliminate State Emissions Testing Program (unspecified) – seeks to terminate the Air-care Colorado emissions program

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing; Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #102

Proponents: Mark Strickland and John Rush

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #62, #102

03/20/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#63: Eliminate Front License Plate Requirement (unspecified) – seeks to terminate the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle front license plate law

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing; Proponents appear to be pursuing related Initiative #103

Proponents: Mark Strickland and John Rush

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #63, #103

03/20/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#77: Restoration of Gray Wolves (statutory) – seeks to reintroduce gray wolves on public lands, establish public input in commission development of a science-based plan to do so, and provide compensation to livestock owners

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing; Proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #107

Proponents: Darlene Kobobel and Gail Bell

Related Initiatives: #77, #79, #107, #110

Election Year: 2020

04/03/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/12/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#78: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (unspecified) – seeks to provide Colorado the option to execute the expungement of certain criminal records, such as criminal records for petty offenses, traffic misdemeanors, and drug offenses

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Darlene Kobobel and Gail Bell

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123. #130, #196, #197, #198, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

04/04/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/16/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/18/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#79: Restoration of Gray Wolves (statutory) – seeks to reintroduce gray wolves on public lands, establish public input in commission development of a science-based plan to do so, and provide compensation to livestock owners

Title set by Title Board; Proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #107

Proponents: Darlene Kobobel and Gail Bell

Related Initiatives: #77, #79, #107, #110

Election Year: 2020

04/04/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/12/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/17/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/19/19:
Original Text filed with the Secretary of State 

04/19/19:
Amended Text filed with the Secretary of State 

04/19/19:
Final Text filed with the Secretary of State 

04/27/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

05/01/19:
Title set at Initial Title Board hearing

05/08/19:
Motion for Rehearing

05/15/19:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board Rehearing

#102: Eliminate State Emissions Testing Program (unspecified) – seeks to terminate the Air-care Colorado emissions program

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Mark Strickland and John Rush

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #62, #102

04/10/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/17/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#103: Eliminate Front License Plate Requirement (unspecified) – seeks to terminate the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle front license plate law

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Mark Strickland and John Rush

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #62, #102

04/10/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/17/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

#107: Restoration of Gray Wolves (statutory) – seeks to reintroduce gray wolves on public lands, establish public input in commission development of a science-based plan to do so, and provide compensation to livestock ownersProponents appear to be pursing related initiative #107

Qualified for the 2020 ballot

Proponents: Darlene Maria Kobobel and Gail Bell

Related Initiatives: #77, #79, #107, #110

Election Year: 2020

05/04/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/17/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/24/19:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/24/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

06/04/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

06/05/19:
Title set at Initial Title Board hearing

06/21/19:
Petition format approved

12/10/19:
Petition submitted

01/06/20:
Statement of Sufficiency

#110: Restoration of Gray Wolves (statutory)  – seeks to reintroduce gray wolves on public lands, establish public input in commission development of a science-based plan to do so, and provide compensation to livestock owners

Letter issued; Proponents appear to be pursing related initiative #107

Proponents: Darlene Maria Kobobel and Gail Bell

Related Initiatives: #77, #79, #107, #110

Election Year: 2020

06/12/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

#123: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide Colorado the option to execute the expungement of certain criminal records where no conviction occurs and for certain crimes, including criminal records for petty offenses, traffic misdemeanors, and drug offenses, and either charge a fee or provide a life skills program for the expungement

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #196, #197, #198, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

08/01/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/12/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/15/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#128: Tax Deduction for Limited Vehicle Usage (statutory) – seeks to allow, starting in 2021, a deduction from Colorado gross income of $10,000.00 for those who operate their primary motor vehicle less than 10,000 miles for that tax year

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Brian Watson and John Brackney

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #128, #167, #172, #259

09/26/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

10/08/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#129: Authorize Retail Liquor Store Sales of Beer From Kegs in Sealed Containers (statutory) – seeks to permit retail liquor stores, but not grocery or convenience stores, to sell beer in sealed containers that were poured from a keg

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Drew Schlup and Clayton Unrein

Election Year: 2020

10/11/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

10/22/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/25/19:
Review and Comment hearing held

#130: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records where no conviction occurs and for certain crimes, including criminal records for petty offenses, traffic misdemeanors, and drug offenses, and either charge a fee or provide a life skills program for the expungement, and to distribute the revenue raised by the expungement fee to various organizations

Review and Comment hearing held

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

11/20/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/02/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/04/19:
Review and Comment Hearing held

#131: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level offenders, and either charge a fee or provide a life skills program for the expungement, and establish a life skills development program

Title setting denied at Title Board rehearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

12/05/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

12/17/19:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/19/19:
Review and Comment hearing held

12/20/19:
Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

12/31/19:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

01/02/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on grounds that measure does not constitute a single subject

01/08/20:
Motion for Rehearing

01/15/20:

01/15/20:
Title Board rehearing held and Motion for Rehearing denied

#167: Tax Deduction for Limited Vehicle Usage (statutory) – seeks to create a tax deduction from Colorado gross income of $10,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle less than 9,000 miles during the tax year, and a tax deduction of $5,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle greater than 9,000 but less than 12,000 miles during the tax year

Withdrawn

Proponents: Brian Watson and John Brackney

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #128, #167, #172, #259

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#172: Tax Deduction for Limited Vehicle Usage (statutory) – seeks to create a tax deduction from Colorado gross income of $10,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle less than 9,000 miles during the tax year, and a tax deduction of $5,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle greater than 9,000 but less than 12,000 miles during the tax year

Withdrawn

Proponents: Brian Watson and John Brackney

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #128, #167, #172, #259

12/16/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

01/08/20:

Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/10/20:

Review and Comment hearing held

01/24/20:

Original Text filed with Secretary of State

Amended Text filed with Secretary of State

Final Text filed with Secretary of State

01/30/20:

Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#196: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and final text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#197: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#198: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#199: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#200: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Approved for circulation of petitions for signatures

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

02/19/20:
Petition format approved

08/03/20:
Signatures due

#201: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#202: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Brian Watson and John Brackney

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #128, #167, #172

12/16/19:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/30/2019:
Review and Comment hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#203: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#204: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#205: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#206: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#207: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#208: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#209: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#210: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#211: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#212: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#213: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#214: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#215: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#216: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/04/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/05/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#217: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#218: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#219: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions, and create other scholarship and grant program funds

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#220: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#221: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#222: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

01/23/20:
Original and Final Text submitted to Secretary of State

02/05/20:
Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#223: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

01/10/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/15/20:
Letter Issued

#259: Tax Deduction for Limited Vehicle Usage (statutory) – seeks to create a tax deduction from Colorado gross income of $10,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle less than 9,000 miles during the tax year, and a tax deduction of $5,000.00 for any person who operates their primary motor vehicle greater than 9,000 but less than 12,000 miles during the tax year

Title set at Title Board hearing

Proponents: Brian Watson and John Brackney

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #128, #167, #172, #259

12/16/19:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:
Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/13/20:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement

02/19/20:
Title set at initial Title Board hearing

#260: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#261: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#262: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#263: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#264: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#265: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

#266: Expungement of Eligible Criminal Records (statutory) – seeks to provide a process for the expungement of certain criminal records for low-level, non-violent offenders, either charge an expungement fee or provide a life skills development program for those indigent, and establish eligibility and penalties for certain convictions

Withdrawn

Proponents: Stephen Ball and Paul Ball

Election Year: 2020

Related Initiatives: #78, #123, #130, #131, #196, #197, #198,, #199, #200, #201, #202, #203, #204, #205, #206, #207, #208, #209, #210, #211, #212, #213, #214, #215, #216, #217, #218, #219, #220, #221, #222, #223, #260, #261, #262, #263, #264, #265, #266

02/05/20:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/20:

Original and Final Text filed with Secretary of State

02/19/20:

Initial Title Board hearing scheduled

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