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The Colorado Sun: Colorado short-term rental owners opposed to effort to quadruple their taxes plan to descend upon Capitol in protest

The fight over a bill that would quadruple property taxes for Colorado vacation homes rented for more than 90 days a year is about to get noisy.

Next week, hundreds of property owners and small business owners — many from mountain towns — are planning to visit the state Capitol to voice opposition to Senate Bill 33 that nonpartisan legislative staffers estimate would increase property taxes for 24,100 short-term rental homes in Colorado.

In the last week, the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Bankers Association, the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association, the Aspen Chamber Resort Association, the Vail Valley Partnership and Colorado Ski Country have taken formal positions opposing Senate Bill 33.

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