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Report | CoPIRG Foundation | Budget, Tax

The Hidden Cost of Offshore Tax Havens

In 2011, Colorado lost approximately $504 million in tax revenues from corporations and wealthy individuals who sheltered money in foreign tax havens. Multinational corporations account for more than $310 million of the lost tax revenue, and wealthy individuals account for the rest.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Budget

Denver Receives a Grade of “B” for Spending Transparency

Denver received a grade of “B” for spending transparency, according to a new report released today by CoPIRG. The report reviews Denver’s progress toward comprehensive, one-stop, one-click budget accountability and accessibility.

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Report | CoPIRG | Budget

Transparency in City Spending

Following our earlier studies of government spending at the state level, this report evaluates the progress of America’s 30 largest cities toward “Transparency 2.0” – a standard of comprehensive, one-stop, one-click budget accountability and accessibility.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Democracy

Post-Amendment 65: Mixed Report for Colorado’s Delegation

Denver– On the eve of the three-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, one that opened the campaign spending floodgates, two state-based groups reported that too many in Colorado’s Congressional delegation have done too little to respond to Amendment 65’s call for campaign spending reform. 

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Report | CoPIRG | Democracy

January 17th Update - Congressional Action on Amendment 65

Between January 14th and January 17th, CoPIRG staff contacted every Colorado Congressmember's office asking for a report on their activities around the implementation of Amendment 65.

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Media Hit

The Other Side of the Street, Energy Cost Savings

A new report shows thousands of Coloradans are missing out on energy cost savings based on what side of the street they live on.

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Media Hit | Financial Reform

Bank of America leads charge in fee changes

Bank of America  customers will now pay $5 a month for purchases they make with their debit cards as the bank moves to recoup an estimated $6.6 billion in lost revenue.

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Media Hit | Food

Opinion: Glass Half Full...of Corn Syrup

Opinion piece by Director Danny Katz on ending agricultural subsidies that fuel obesity.

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News Release | CoPIRG

Thousands are Missing Out on Energy Cost Savings

Thousands of Coloradans are missing out on important energy costs savings program simply because of the side of the street they live on according to a new report released today by CoPIRG

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Safe Energy

Thousands are Missing Out on Energy Cost Savings

Thousands of Coloradans are missing out on important energy costs savings program simply because of the side of the street they live on according to a new report released today by CoPIRG

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