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STATE FINALLY ADMITS THEY WANT TO TAKE REAL TAX REFUNDS, UP TO $1.3 BILLION OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS

Colorado taxpayers possibly headed for both TABOR refund and tax cut

Anna Staver, Denver Post PUBLISHED: June 19, 2019 at 10:06 am | UPDATED: June 19, 2019 at 4:23 pm

Coloradans are inching closer to their first TABOR tax refunds in years, according to updated state revenue forecasts released Wednesday.

In fact, state collections have been so strong that taxpayers are likely to get both a sales tax refund and a state income tax cut, according to Kate Watkins, the chief economist for Colorado's Legislative Council.

NOTE THE STATE ADMITTED A $500 MILLION "MISTAKE"

NOTE THE STATE ADMITTED A $500 MILLION "MISTAKE"

AND A $800 MILLION "MISTAKE" IN THE SAME EMAIL (BELOW).

DO THEY DESERVE TO RETURN TO UNLIMITED STATE SPENDING?

On 5/29/19 2:09 PM, Greg Sobetski wrote:

Hello Representative Bruce,

I've attached a spreadsheet with the information you requested. While I'm
not able to build a chart for you, this information should be sufficient
to allow someone to construct a chart of the type you had requested.

A few notes:

PROOF OF SKYROCKETING STATE SPENDING

Subject: History of Total State Spending
Date: Tue, 14 May 2019 10:37:38 -0600
From: Greg Sobetski <greg.sobetski@state.co.us><mailto:greg.sobetski@state.co.us>
To: taxcutter@msn.com<mailto:taxcutter@msn.com>

Hello Representative Bruce,