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Colorado Newsline: Colorado leaders appoint members to commission that could alter long-term property tax policy

A commission set to begin work this month on brainstorming a solution to rising property tax bills in Colorado now has a full roster as state leaders complete their appointments.

The 19-member Commission on Property Taxation was born out of a recent special legislative session. As lawmakers worked over four hectic days to deliver short-term property tax relief for the current tax year, they also created the commission as a way to address the longer-term issue.

Loren Furman, the president and CEO of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce. She was appointed by Lundeen.

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