Effort to raise funds for road repairs too taxing for Coloradans, he says
By AJ Vicens
Monday, April 6, 2009 at 6:00 pm
South Jeffco’s state senator says an increase in vehicle registration fees will take money from Colorado taxpayers at a time when they can least afford to give it.
“My issue with this bill was that we’re in a recession, and family budgets are crunched,” said Sen. Mike Kopp, a Littleton Republican. “Maybe now is not the best time to gin up a very large new fee that functions basically like a tax on people.”
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