What the bill would have done: The five-year income tax credit would have allowed seniors to claim no more than $3,000 per year for medical equipment, telehealth equipment, or qualifying services.
Taxpayer's Bill Of Rights (TABOR)
What the bill would have done: Allows civilians to claim nonresident status for their state taxes if they live outside the state for at least 305 days.
What the bill would have done: Qualified home improvements that result in improved energy efficiency would qualify for a residential energy reduction income tax credit.
What the bill would have done: Taxpayers with a dependent qualified child in a private school or who are providing a scholarship to a qualified child receive a tax credit.
What this bill would have done: Allows eligible educators to once again make deductions for the money they spend on school supplies.
The governor says the conflict between the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights and requirements to fund education the biggest challenge facing Colorado.
CPR's regular interview with Gov. John Hickenlooper covered TABOR refunds, how to make housing more affordable and "disappointing" news about the state's health exchange.