Will Colorado taxpayers get a refund from state pot revenues?

September 22, 2014

Under the Taxpayers' Bill of Rights, Colorado taxpayers are entitled to a refund if a business generates more than $67 million in revenue, unless a ballot measure is passed that allows the state to keep the excess funds generated. In Colorado, it is forecasted that pot revenues will exceed $107 million. Will this mean a refund to Colorado taxpayers? Read more on our blog, HERE.


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