6 percent limit heads to House

By Jason Kosena THE COLORADO STATESMAN With one Senate-sized hurdle out of the way, Senate Bill 228 is headed to the House. If passed, the legislation, sponsored by Sen. John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, would repeal the Arveschoug-Bird limit, a 1991 legislative provision that allows the state’s General Fund to grow by only 6 percent each […]

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