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Polis calls special session to address rising property taxes

Governor Jared Polis has called lawmakers to come back for a special session to come up with property tax relief options after voters defeated Proposition HH Tuesday. The special session is set for 9 a.m. on November 17. Polis said the General Assembly has $200 million reserved for property tax cuts and could find additional funding available as well.  Proposition HH would have reduced property taxes but allowed the state to retain and spend Colorado Taxpayer Bill of Rights funds. The legislature is also expected to take action to meet a federal deadline that will allow 300,000 Colorado children access to food and debit cards for the summer school lunch program in 2024.

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