Colorado Senior Lobby is picking up where we left off last year with the very successful Senior Homestead Exemption event. Building on that, on August 12th, we will provide updates on the Homestead Exemption legislative activity, and put it into the context of how it fits into the state budget - how it gets paid for and why that is a recurring issue. Most of our state budget is run not by the people we elect to represent us, but by algorithms. Formulas. Constitutional and federally imposed Funding mandates. Self-imposed revenue and spending caps - determined by algorithms. Voters are often asked to make major decisions on tax policy. Be an informed voter. Attend "Death and Taxes - Understanding One of Them", on August 12th! View Event Flyer with Program - CLICK HERE Join Colorado Senior Lobby on August 12, 2019 for: Death and Taxes: Understanding at Least One of Them.How Colorado’s Unique Tax Structure Matters to YOU and YOUR Family. When: Monday, August 12, 20198:00AM - 9:00AM Coffee & Gathering9:00AM - 3:30PM Program, with Lunch Where: PPA Events CenterAddress: 2105 Decatur Street, Denver, CO 80211 Tickets: $20 per person - includes full program, with Lunch and Laugh (with Chicken Lips) and helps support Colorado Senior Lobby programs. Seating is limited. Buy your tickets online at this website! You will: See, hear, and interact with a select group of lawmakers, policy experts and fellow citizens as we, together, unravel the mysteries of how these tax laws and related constitutional amendments: GALLAGHER AMENDMENT (PASSED 1982), TAXPAYERS BILL OF RIGHTS (TABOR - 1992), SENIOR PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION (2000), AMENDMENT 23 (2000), REFERENDUM C (2005), together, impact your lives, your schools, your health care, your roads, fire departments, and law enforcement in significant and meaningful ways. And what every voter needs to understand about Proposition CC, coming on the fall 2019 ballot. This location has free parking Event sponsorships available - Call 303-832-4535 Learn more about Colorado Senior LobbyColorado Senior Lobby is an all volunteer organization. We work to inform and educate all Aging Coloradans on the legislative proposals that make a difference to over one million of Colorado’s citizens and to advocate for what really matters to us. Website: https://www.coloradoseniorlobby.org/ Preliminary Agenda for the Day (all persons-including Chicken Lips - named are confirmed): Kickoff - Bob Brocker, President, CSL State Demographer Elizabeth Garner - What our demographics mean to Colorado residents and Legislators. Representative Chris Kennedy - Senior Property Tax Exemption - Is it working as intended? A Break Follows. How does our Colorado budget actually work - an audience participation exercise. Lunch and Laugh with Chicken Lips Carol Hedges - Colorado Fiscal Institute - What makes Colorado’s TABOR state budget law unique among the 50 states - Understanding the tax/revenue boundaries of the Six Constitutional Amendments. A Break follows. Panel Discussion: Don’t change our tax structure any further; vs. yes, it’s time for change. Panelists include Frank McNulty, former Speaker of the House, KC Becker, current Speaker of the House, Michael Fields-TABOR Advocate, Tyler Jaeckel, Bell Policy Center. Session wrap-up follows. FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? For questions or for information on event sponsorships call 303-832-4535 What's the refund policy? For this event we are not offering ticket refunds. If you buy a ticket and cannot use it please give it to a friend. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? When you buy a ticket you receive an email confirming the purchase. Print out that email and bring it to the event. We will have a checkin list of attendees at the event. Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? If you buy a ticket and cannot use it please give it to a friend. Let your friend know what name the ticket was bought under.