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Kelly SloanKelly SloanAugust 24, 20186min373

The war over the efficacy of tax reductions, like taxes themselves, is perennial, the neo-Keynesian opponents of tax relief proving stubbornly resistant to evidence. Colorado was chosen as the location for launching the inaugural salvo in the latest campaign to demonstrate to the doubters that, yes, it’s really true: allowing people to keep more of their own money is a good thing.


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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirJanuary 22, 201819min516
Colorado Business Roundtable President Jeff Wasden isn’t just a prominent advocate for the state’s business community; he’s arguably its all-around go-to guy. And he seems to be everywhere. You’ll find him convening civic summits on pressing policy issues like immigration; you’ll hear him on the radio and via podcast interviewing the state’s policy leaders; you’ll […]

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Floyd CiruliFloyd CiruliJanuary 17, 20185min514

Just as President Trump was hoping to leave for his holiday in Palm Beach, cable commentators were questioning why he hadn’t yet signed the tax bill. Trump, ever sensitive to his TV image, staged a quick signing ceremony on December 20 before wheels up. When asked if he will spend time promoting the plan, Trump said: “I don’t think I’m going to have to travel too much to sell it. I think it’s selling itself.”