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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Columnist: Headaches, outrageous costs of health systemrodeo, having moved out at 19, I taught myself to file taxes, buy and sell real
Columnist: Headaches, outrageous costs of health system
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted an hour ago
rodeo, having moved out at 19, I taught myself to file taxes, buy and sell real estate and grapple with hospital billing departments. Yet despite those accolades of tenacity and the hours spent listening to a tinny version of “Girl from... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Is There A Better Way To Pay For America's Schools?system. What follows is a wrap-up of our reporting. For nearly every name and
Is There A Better Way To Pay For America's Schools?
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
system. What follows is a wrap-up of our reporting. For nearly every name and place, you'll find a hyperlink to more. The TABOR Trade-Off First, the challenges. In a word: taxes. In 1992, Colorado voters had had enough, no longer trusting state... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Is There A Better Way To Pay For America's Schools?system. What follows is a wrap-up of our reporting. For nearly every name and
Is There A Better Way To Pay For America's Schools?
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
system. What follows is a wrap-up of our reporting. For nearly every name and place, you'll find a hyperlink to more. The TABOR Trade-Off First, the challenges. In a word: taxes. In 1992, Colorado voters had had enough, no longer trusting state... Read more
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Denver Post
Colorado House advances Hospital Provider Fee planRepublicans have been entrenched since the beginning of the session to defend t
Colorado House advances Hospital Provider Fee plan
Denver Post / Posted 2 days ago
Republicans have been entrenched since the beginning of the session to defend the refunds due under the state's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. "We're still working on an agreement, I wouldn't necessarily call it a deal," said House Speaker Dickey Lee... Read more
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Denver Post
Colorado House advances Hospital Provider Fee planRepublicans have been entrenched since the beginning of the session to defend t
Colorado House advances Hospital Provider Fee plan
Denver Post / Posted 3 days ago
Republicans have been entrenched since the beginning of the session to defend the refunds due under the state's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. "We're still working on an agreement, I wouldn't necessarily call it a deal," said House Speaker Dickey Lee... Read more
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CBS Denver
Colorado House Sends Roads, Schools Spending Bill To SenateDENVER (AP) — A bill to increase investment in Colorado’s underfunded roads and
Colorado House Sends Roads, Schools Spending Bill To Senate
CBS Denver / Posted 3 days ago
DENVER (AP) — A bill to increase investment in Colorado’s underfunded roads and schools has passed the House. The bill would remove a multimillion-dollar Medicaid fee from Colorado’s constitutional tax-and-spending limits. Those limits are known as... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABORA bill to free up $700 million in the state budget for transportation and other
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABOR
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
A bill to free up $700 million in the state budget for transportation and other state needs — at the expense of taxpayers who would otherwise get a refund — got initial approval from the Colorado House Thursday. Democrats hope to reclassify the... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spending planon lawmakers when the session began more than 100 days ago to set aside the fee
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spending plan
Greeley Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
on lawmakers when the session began more than 100 days ago to set aside the fee to avoid refunds under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, free millions of dollars in future budget years for Colorado’s roads and schools, and give the Legislature... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
House gives initial nod to provider fee enterpriseand education would see more funding, and raided severance taxes would be repai
House gives initial nod to provider fee enterprise
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
and education would see more funding, and raided severance taxes would be repaid, if the Colorado Legislature approves a bill to turn the state’s hospital provider fee program into a state-run enterprise. Two bills that would do that won... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spendingon lawmakers when the session began more than 100 days ago to set aside the fee
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spending
Greeley Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
on lawmakers when the session began more than 100 days ago to set aside the fee to avoid refunds under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, free millions of dollars in future budget years for Colorado’s roads and schools, and give the Legislature... Read more
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Denver Post
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABORA bill to free up $700 million in the state budget for transportation and other
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABOR
Denver Post / Posted 4 days ago
A bill to free up $700 million in the state budget for transportation and other state needs — at the expense of taxpayers who would otherwise get a refund — got initial approval from the Colorado House Thursday. Democrats hope to reclassify the... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spendingsession, the Democrat-led House has advanced a proposal to increase state spend
Colorado House advances late-session roads, schools spending
Greeley Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
session, the Democrat-led House has advanced a proposal to increase state spending on underfunded roads and schools. A bill sponsored by House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst would boost that investment by removing a multimillion-dollar... Read more
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CBS Denver
Colorado House Debates Late-Session Roads, Schools Spendingsession, the Democrat-led House is debating a proposal to increase state spendi
Colorado House Debates Late-Session Roads, Schools Spending
CBS Denver / Posted 4 days ago
session, the Democrat-led House is debating a proposal to increase state spending on underfunded roads and schools. A bill sponsored by House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst would boost that investment by removing a multimillion-dollar... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The latest edition of Sport Club NotesNEST Wednesday April 20 social competition winners were Jamie Keane, Peter Com
The latest edition of Sport Club Notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
NEST Wednesday April 20 social competition winners were Jamie Keane, Peter Coman and Doug Lane, and the runners-up were Bill Kruger and Ray Weis. No rounds of the 2015-16 Intraclub Championships were played on Saturday April 23 due to the Anzac... Read more
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ESPN
Enjoy these juniors now -- in a year, the NFL will be callingit takes to be a shutdown cornerback at the next level. A big junior season wou
Enjoy these juniors now -- in a year, the NFL will be calling
ESPN / Posted 6 days ago
it takes to be a shutdown cornerback at the next level. A big junior season would make him a hot commodity. 10. Jalen Tabor, CB, Florida One of the Gators' former cornerbacks, Vernon Hargreaves III, is expected to go in the first round on... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Aspen School District to measure the
community’s tolerance for naming rightsby the district this year, a situation not expected to abate in the near future
Aspen School District to measure the
community’s tolerance for naming rights
Aspen Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
by the district this year, a situation not expected to abate in the near future due to the state's restrictive taxpayer's bill of rights (TABOR). The survey questions, which were prepared by outgoing school board member Bob Glah, would take the... Read more
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The Wanderer
William J. Purtellfrom a spinal cord injury. Born in Sumter, South Carolina, he lived in Mattapo
William J. Purtell
The Wanderer / Posted 9 days ago
from a spinal cord injury. Born in Sumter, South Carolina, he lived in Mattapoisett and Marion for most of his life. Bill was a fishing boat captain and boat owner in the New Bedford commercial fishing fleet, and the owner of M.E. Fisheries.... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Komline to step down from House seatKomline, 55, will step down from being a state representative for the district
Komline to step down from House seat
Bennington Banner / Posted 11 days ago
Komline, 55, will step down from being a state representative for the district that includes Dorset, Danby, Mt. Tabor, Peru and Landgrove after 12 years, she said last week. "I got in here because I wanted to make a difference for... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The latest edition of sport club notesMurray Henzell. Div.2. Barrie Christison. Div.3. Noel Kettle. Vets Pins. Div.1.
The latest edition of sport club notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
Murray Henzell. Div.2. Barrie Christison. Div.3. Noel Kettle. Vets Pins. Div.1. Don Wormald. Div.2. Lyle Bryant. Div.3. Bill Owen. All in Bob Heathwood. Ken Betts hole in 1, 14th. Coming events. Apr 25. No golf. May 2. Hattonvale Golf Club... Read more
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KKTV 11 Colorado Springs
Colorado Budget Settled, But Debate Coming on Taxes And Refundand other Democrats, including Gov. John Hickenlooper, want the fee set aside t
Colorado Budget Settled, But Debate Coming on Taxes And Refund
KKTV 11 Colorado Springs / Posted 12 days ago
and other Democrats, including Gov. John Hickenlooper, want the fee set aside to avoid refunds under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, free millions of dollars for Colorado's underfunded roads and schools, and give momentum to pending ballot... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
The budget's settled, but debate coming on taxes and refundtrigger tax refunds. Dickey Lee Hullinghorst wants the fee reclassified in ord
The budget's settled, but debate coming on taxes and refund
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 13 days ago
trigger tax refunds. Dickey Lee Hullinghorst wants the fee reclassified in order to avoid refunds under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. She's sponsoring a bill that would free millions of dollars for underfunded roads and schools. GOP leaders... Read more
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CBS Denver
Colorado's Budget Settled, But Debate Coming On Taxes, Refundsand other Democrats, including Gov. John Hickenlooper, want the fee set aside t
Colorado's Budget Settled, But Debate Coming On Taxes, Refunds
CBS Denver / Posted 13 days ago
and other Democrats, including Gov. John Hickenlooper, want the fee set aside to avoid refunds under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, free millions of dollars for Colorado’s underfunded roads and schools, and give momentum to pending ballot... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
What To Make of the Forced Resignation of Tony Spenceat securing religious liberty by restricting LGBT rights: They will lose. In st
What To Make of the Forced Resignation of Tony Spence
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
at securing religious liberty by restricting LGBT rights: They will lose. In state after state, when a religious liberty bill is passed that is understood, rightly or wrongly, to traffic in unjust discrimination against gays and lesbians, the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Drainage Fees: Cart before the horse? Or overdue intervention?in county By Mesa County Commissioners Mesa County has received multiple call
Drainage Fees: Cart before the horse? Or overdue intervention?
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
in county By Mesa County Commissioners Mesa County has received multiple calls and letters from constituents about the bills they’ve received from the Grand Valley Drainage District. The Mesa County Commissioners want to be clear: Mesa County... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Time is running out to file your taxesare waiting until the last minute to file their taxes. “This week, we’ve proba
Time is running out to file your taxes
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 18 days ago
are waiting until the last minute to file their taxes. “This week, we’ve probably seen about 100 already,” said Samantha Tabor, a tax specialist with H&R Block. Tax day was moved to April 18 because of Emancipation Day, which is observed as a... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
St. Catharines awards reward volunteersPenisula branch; John Ellison, Rotary Club of St. Catharines Lakeshore; Carmen
St. Catharines awards reward volunteers
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 19 days ago
Penisula branch; John Ellison, Rotary Club of St. Catharines Lakeshore; Carmen Eskritt, First Grantham United Church; Bill Fenwick, Niagara Sport Commission; Gilbert Ferron, Knights of Columbus; Sandie Greenhalgh, Kiwanis Club of St.... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Latest edition of sport club notesClub Pairs - Rob Mortimer and Esbert Ehrlich vs Dennis Russell and Brian Gleeso
Latest edition of sport club notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
Club Pairs - Rob Mortimer and Esbert Ehrlich vs Dennis Russell and Brian Gleeson; in addition to Ben Ruwoldt and Andrew Tabor vs Ray Weis and Roger Haldane. Intraclub competition players are reminded to keep an eye on the club games board for... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Under the Dome: Wrapping up the budget for 2016-17My budget work is slowing down and I’m focusing on other bills and issues for t
Under the Dome: Wrapping up the budget for 2016-17
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 21 days ago
My budget work is slowing down and I’m focusing on other bills and issues for the next month. Colorado’s fiscal year starts on July 1 and ends on June 30. Each year, the Joint Budget Committee (JBC) starts the budget process in early November,... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Career Track: First Coast professionals on the moveGreater Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville. Berkshire Hathaw
Career Track: First Coast professionals on the move
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 21 days ago
Greater Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty hired Bill Fannin to work in communications in its metropolitan offices in Avondale and San Marco. The company also hired Pamela... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Hendrix to Celebrate 125 Years in ConwayArkansas, on Friday, April 15, at 3 p.m., in Simon Park in downtown Conway. Th
Hendrix to Celebrate 125 Years in Conway
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 21 days ago
Arkansas, on Friday, April 15, at 3 p.m., in Simon Park in downtown Conway. The program will feature Hendrix President Bill Tsutsui, Altus Mayor Veronica Post, Conway Mayor Tab Townsell, Conway Corp. CEO Richie Arnold, Conway Area Chamber of... Read more
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The Wanderer
Our Sisters’ School Visits TaborTabor Academy has the unique privilege of being located on the waterfront. This
Our Sisters’ School Visits Tabor
The Wanderer / Posted 22 days ago
Tabor Academy has the unique privilege of being located on the waterfront. This position allows for a lot of exploration of the local marine ecosystems as well as a lot of sailing opportunities. When welcoming visitors, the waterfront and all of the... Read more
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examiner.com
Colorado ranks third for taxpayer ROI nationwidethat Red States tended to have better taxpayer ROI than blue ones. Colorado has
Colorado ranks third for taxpayer ROI nationwide
examiner.com / Posted 24 days ago
that Red States tended to have better taxpayer ROI than blue ones. Colorado has a flat tax. Colorado also has the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, or TABOR, a unique constitutional amendment which requires voter approval for all tax increases. It also... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Gun Shop Project first step in suicide preventionis only being delayed for one year. Refunds will almost certainly be required i
Gun Shop Project first step in suicide prevention
Aspen Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
is only being delayed for one year. Refunds will almost certainly be required in the following years under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights unless the economy entirely tanks. And yet they will come at the expense of critical transportation, capital... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
'Model legislation' in the statehousethere were people in Denver who would write legislation for him. Former Rep. La
'Model legislation' in the statehouse
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
there were people in Denver who would write legislation for him. Former Rep. Laura Bradford supported an immigration reform bill drafted by ALEC. Both King and Bradford admitted to belonging to ALEC. Recently Senate President Bill Cadman credited... Read more
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NJ.com
Now 2 Republicans want to take on Scott Garrettfaces a Republican rematch with Rick Van Glahn, who he defeated in the 2014 pri
Now 2 Republicans want to take on Scott Garrett
NJ.com / Posted 28 days ago
faces a Republican rematch with Rick Van Glahn, who he defeated in the 2014 primary. Democrats Lee Ann Brogowski of Mount Tabor, who unsuccessfully sought the party's nod two years ago; Joseph Wenzel of West Orange; and Richard McFarlane of... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Complete Results For 2016 65 Roses 5KSheeks 21 F2024 36:22 11:43 55 Elizabeth Canter 20 F2024 36:30 11:45 56 Kayla
Complete Results For 2016 65 Roses 5K
The Chattanoogan / Posted 30 days ago
Sheeks 21 F2024 36:22 11:43 55 Elizabeth Canter 20 F2024 36:30 11:45 56 Kayla Beckler 20 F2024 36:31 11:46 57 Hannah Tabor 21 F2024 38:24 12:22 58 Ashley Sims 20 F2024 38:31 12:24 59 Lusia Fortin 24 F2024 40:57 13:11 60 Kelsey Naish 22... Read more
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Denver Post
Budget fix still crucial for Coloradois only being delayed for one year. Refunds will almost certainly be required i
Budget fix still crucial for Colorado
Denver Post / Posted a month ago
is only being delayed for one year. Refunds will almost certainly be required in the following years under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights unless the economy entirely tanks. And yet they will come at the expense of critical transportation, capital... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
No school cuts, but no refunds either for Colorado taxpayersDENVER — Colorado won’t see deep education cuts next year, but it won’t see ta
No school cuts, but no refunds either for Colorado taxpayers
Greeley Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
DENVER — Colorado won’t see deep education cuts next year, but it won’t see taxpayer refunds, either. A $27 billion budget that won initial approval Thursday in the state House includes a slight per-pupil increase for K-12 schools. That’s something... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
No school cuts, but no refunds either in Colorado budgetDENVER (AP) � Colorado won't see deep education cuts next year, but it won't se
No school cuts, but no refunds either in Colorado budget
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
DENVER (AP) � Colorado won't see deep education cuts next year, but it won't see taxpayer refunds, either. A $27 billion budget that won initial approval Thursday in the state House includes a slight per-pupil increase for K-12 schools. That's... Read more
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