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Under the dome - 2020

What CBA is working on

 

 

 2020 session information

Priority

 

AG/Water

EDU

Election

Employment

Health care

Housing

Hemp and Marijuana

Small Bus

Transportation

 

    2019 legislative review
    View CBA's work over the 2019 session.
    2018 legislative review

    View CBA's successes over the 2018 session.

     2017 legislative review

    View CBA's efforts during the 2017 legislative session.

    2016 legislative review

    View CBA's track record over the 120-day session in 2016.

    2015 Legislative Review

    View CBA's work in the 2015 session.

    2014 Legislative Review
    View a review and outcome of the bills and issues CBA tackled in 2014.

    2013 Legislative Review
    View a review and outcome of the bills that CBA lobbied in the Colorado State Legislature.

    2012 Legislative Review
    View summaries of the bills that CBA worked on in 2012.

    Marijuana and the banking industry
    View information from the CBA about how banks must operate following the passage of Amendment 64, which legalized the possession, use and sale of marijuana in Colorado.

    Foreclosure
    View information on CBA's efforts to block hurtful legislation and to support both lenders and homeowners in the foreclosure process.

    State-owned bank
    CBA has defeated attempts to create a state owned bank more than eight times; twice at the state supreme court. 

    State taxation of financial institutions
    Taxation of financial institutions is a complex and developing area. As the definitions of a “financial institution” are progressively broadened, a number of corporations are being subject to tax under these complex, and often inconsistent, laws. While bank taxation has never been a particularly uniform practice, there are increasingly difficult issues, including entity classification, nexus, apportionment, combined reporting and due process.

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140 East 19th Avenue, Suite 400
Tel: 303.825.1575
Fax: 303.825.1585
info@coloradobankers.org

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