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9 News: Compromise reached for Colorado property tax relief

With at least three days left in the 2024 session for a bill to make it from start to finish, Gov. Jared Polis, lawmakers, and business group heads announced a deal on property tax legislation Monday.

The prime sponsors of Senate Bill 233 are Reps. Chris deGruy Kennedy, D-Lakewood and Lisa Frizell, R-Castle Rock, and Sens. Barbara Kirkmeyer, R-Weld County, and Sen. Chris Hansen, D-Denver, whose draft property tax bill got a thumbs down from the state’s property tax commission 10 days ago. It was back to the drawing board and days of negotiations between the Polis administration, Colorado Concern, the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, lawmakers, and others.

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