FIND OUT ABOUT COLORADO'S FISCAL HEALTH
Please join Action 22 and the Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University on Thursday, December 5, 11:30 am, for an exclusive analysis of Colorado government's long-term fiscal health. Colorado Futures Center Director Charles Brown or Lead Economist Phyllis Resnick will walk through the 2013 Colorado Sustainability Study, which examines the impact on the Colorado budget of the Great Recession, TABOR, Gallagher, Amendment 23 and the latest healthcare changes in our country. The luncheon will be held at the Embassy Suites, 7290 Commerce Drive, Colorado Springs.
This version of the Colorado Sustainability Study looks 25 years into the future and builds upon the work Brown and Resnick have previously done regarding state government's long-term fiscal health. Their original study in 2011 won numerous awards and is often cited by business and government leaders as the definitive work on the state's fiscal trends. The 2013 Colorado Sustainability Study reveals new challenges to the state budget, including the potential for large structural deficits in the future even as TABOR tax refunds are being returned to citizens.
Brown and Resnick will examine some potential solutions to the challenges and demonstrate how short-term decisions by state lawmakers can have a lasting impact on the state.
Action 22 is proud to be one of the first organizations to hear about the newest study about Colorado's sustainability. Mark down Thursday, December 5, 11:30 am at the Embassy Suites.
We encourage your attendance to hear and ask questions about Colorado's fiscal health.
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