Leaders of TBD, a large-scale effort to ask Coloradans how to address the state’s long-term problems, released on Wednesday a set of recommendations that calls for constitutional reforms and hints at tax increases.
The recommendations from the eight-member board of directors of TBD Colorado, or “To Be Determined,” came after months of community engagement with more than 1,200 Coloradans during 70 public meetings across the state. The recommendations were presented to Gov. John Hickenlooper, who initiated the TBD effort.
The TBD effort focused on five issues: education, health, transportation, the state budget and the state workforce. The full report is due to be released December 3rd. Read more here.