All three men say there may be too much testing currently, but say legislative efforts go too far.
2015 Colorado Legislature
The bill letting taxpayers return their TABOR refunds has some bipartisan support in the House, but not so far in the state Senate.
Two bipartisan bills in the police reform package passed the House Judiciary committee with unanimous support.
Backers say school districts need to be held accountable and not shielded by governmental immunity.
The legislation would set Colorado's minimum overtime-exempt salary at three times the state's minimum wage. That would be just over $50,000 a year.
One idea that has emerged already though, would be to create a state-run retirement plan open to everyone.
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.
The amount is also a far cry from the $200 million the governor asked for.
The bill would also allow the homeless civil remedies in cases of police harassment.