What the bill does: Provides tax benefits to new businesses in "rural jump-start zones."
The House speaker, a Democrat, is pushing an effort to let the state keep money it would otherwise have to send back to taxpayers.
What the bill would have done: Change Colorado's low-income housing credit to allow the Colorado housing and finance authority to issue the credit for three additional years.
Lawmakers say they would use it for things like school construction, marijuana education and drug prevention services.
The bill letting taxpayers return their TABOR refunds has some bipartisan support in the House, but not so far in the state Senate.
What the bill does: Makes the job growth incentive tax credit refundable under certain conditions and relaxes the requirements to qualify for the credit.
In a letter to lawmakers, he proposes changes to what qualifies for TABOR rebates, which he says would all the state to spend more on schools, roads.
What the bill would have done: Create a tax credit for consumers who install qualified wind, biomass and hydroelectric generators between January 2015 and January 2018.
What the bill does: Increases the value of the state conservation easement tax credit.
What the bill would have done: Create a tax credit for 25 percent of eligible contributions made to certain Colorado charitable organization.