ⓘ Colorado Referendum H

                                     

ⓘ Colorado Referendum H

Referendum H was a 2006 Colorado referendum to bar businesses from claiming a state income tax business deduction for wages paid to workers who were known at the time of hiring to be undocumented immigrants. It passed and it affected employees hired on and after January 1, 2008.

                                     
  • Colorado Referendum I was a proposed law that would have established domestic partnerships in the U.S. state of Colorado The bill was passed by the Colorado
  • Referendum L was a referendum in Colorado USA in 2008, to lower the age requirement to participate in the Colorado State Legislature from 25 to 21. The
  • Referendum K is a referendum on the 2006 Colorado ballot. It directs the Colorado attorney general to initiate, or join other states in, a lawsuit against
  • Colorado Referendum F was a referendum held in Colorado United States, in 2006, and proposed to change the requirements for recalling elected officials
  • state to facilitate tracking of Referendum J compliance. The Colorado Department of Education s oversight of Referendum J requirements is expected to increase
  • Referendum E was a 2006 referendum in Colorado to reduce property taxes for qualified disabled veterans by exempting a portion of the value of their home
  • Referendum G was a 2006 Colorado ballot measure. It removed provisions, dates, and references to obsolete laws from three sections of the state Constitution
  • estate market, and months before the referendum lots near the proposed site of the capitol building in Colorado Springs sold at remarkably large prices
  • presented to Colorado voters at a statewide level in recent history. Colorado state capital referendum 1881: Denver selected as state capital Colorado women s
  • quote All of Colorado is burning In November 2002, Colorado voters rejected Owens water storage initiative, Referendum A. The referendum failed to win