Three down, one big one to go
Special to The Colorado Statesman
Three down and one to go.
GAGLIARDI: The national impact of a Colorado court case
Who is in charge of the American republic?
A case out of the federal district court of Colorado could answer that question, if the Supreme Court takes the matter up next spring.
In 1992, Coloradans voted to amend their state constitution in order to impose restraints on their government’s power to tax and spend. The Colorado Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) has since given citizens the final say on new or increased taxes and spending.
GAGLIARDI: BIG ISN’T ALWAYS THE BEST
For the third consecutive month, NFIB’s Small Business Economic Trends report, a key economic benchmark used by Federal Reserve officials and congressional leaders, showed an increase in small-business optimism — a leading indicator of economic growth.