The author of TABOR, Colorado Springs resident and anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce, said he wrote his amendment specifically to have this effect.
A U.S. Court of Appeals judge on Thursday said the author of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights “utterly failed to make the showing of actual innocence.”
- Bruce, convicted in 2012 of tax evasion and trying to influence a public servant, violated the terms of his probation.Read more
- Bruce spent 104 days in jail and is required to provide full transparency in his financial dealings, but more complaints are coming in.Read more
- The ruling said in part that the evidence suggested that Bruce delayed responding to the Colorado Revenue Department's initial inquiry "to create a statue of limitations defense."Read more