Activist rips into Denver City Council for pursuing “tax on the poor”

By | August 7th, 2012

“We’re not for TABOR. We’re not against TABOR,” said Chairman Seku of the Black Star Action Movement of Denver, addressing a City Council committee. “We represent poor, working poor and homeless people…See, none of that has anything to do with why we’re here. This is a tax on the poor.”

Denver seeks too much TABOR flexibility with taxpayer money

By | August 3rd, 2012

Denver City Council is considering a proposal by Mayor Michael Hancock that would ask taxpayers to permanently “De-Bruce” the city’s residential property tax, which could allow the city to keep an additional $44 million in 2013.