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Colorado PoliticsColorado PoliticsAugust 15, 20182min229

While I agree families who are trying to afford the rapidly-increasing cost of child care in Colorado need additional help, I disagree with Kelly Sloan’s suggested policy solution (“Time has come for child-care savings accounts in Colorado,” Aug. 6). Though he seems to oppose public support for struggling Colorado families, he contradicts himself by proposing a tax credit for employers and others who contribute to a child savings account. Tax credits are essentially public support allocated through the tax code.


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Colorado PoliticsColorado PoliticsAugust 14, 20185min2060

Let’s fix our roads without a massive 21 percent increase of our state sales tax. The collaborative cronyists' proposal, "Let's Go Colorado" — a huge tax increase, allegedly for transportation — hurts everyday, hardworking Coloradans who are chasing their American dream.  If the politicians, bureaucrats, governmental appointees and interested parties behind the proposal, get their way, we’ll pay an additional 21 percent in state sales tax on basic items that make our lives better such as diapers, toilet paper and school supplies.