A letter from Gov. Jared Polis will accompany Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights refund checks that are starting to be sent to Coloradans this week in the latest Democratic move around the money that’s sure to stoke more Republican allegations of political opportunism heading into the November election.
In the letter, Polis writes “it is a true pleasure to send you this enclosed ‘Colorado Cashback’ refund check,” using a tagline the governor and Democrats have used to rebrand the TABOR refunds.
“At a time when inflation is causing increases in the cost of everyday items, we are committed to getting this money to you as quickly as possible,” the letter adds.
The refund checks, $750 for single tax filers and $1,500 for joint filers, are a result of tax revenues collected by the…
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