Colorado receives annual payments from tobacco manufacturers as part of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. In April 2013, the state received $90.8 million, most of which will be used to fund healthcare programs across the state., Memorandum dated January 23, 2014., Description based on online resource; title from PDF subject line of memorandum; (viewed October 2014)
This memorandum summarizes the capital construction and controlled maintenance recommendation for FY 2014-15. The projects are included in House Bill 14-1336, the 2014 Long Bill, as introduced. The Long Bill includes 79 projects totaling $342.8 million. A transfer to the Capital Construction Fund of $220.5 million from the General Fund and $1.0 million from the State Historical Fund is required to fully fund the FY 2014-15 capital construction and controlled maintenance recommendation. The recommended transfer is included in House Bill 14-1342, as introduced., Kori Donaldson., "March 24, 2014.", Online resource; title from PDF subject line of memorandum (viewed January 2018)
Colorado Office of State Auditor., "Prepared by PFM Financial Advisors LLC on January 4, 2017: revised 2/15/17." --Footer of report., "February 21, 2017.", "Report number 1772S."-- Last page., Caption title of cover memo from the Office of State Auditor., Print version record.
Colorado Office of State Auditor., "February 1, 2017.", "Report number 1647F.", After publication and distribution, the Office of the State Auditor decided to change the number of this report from 1647S to 1647F for consistency with their naming conventions., Caption title., Print version record.
Legislative Council of the Colorado General Assembly., "Statewide election day is Tuesday, November 6, 2018.", Online version includes ballot issues but not judicial retentions., Online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed October 2018)
This memorandum provides a statewide comparison of data from the past nine years on school district referrals to law enforcement, dropout rates, and county-level juvenile delinquency filings., Kelli Kelty, Jonathan Senft, Hillary Smith., "September 12, 2011.", Online resource; title from PDF memorandum subject line; (viewed January 2018)
This memorandum summarizes the activities of the Health Care Task Force during the 2005 through 2008 interims. Originally established in 1999, the Health Care Task Force provided a means for legislators to obtain the information necessary to develop and respond to legislative changes affecting the health care system in Colorado., Memorandum dated July 8, 2009., Description based on online resource; title from PDF subject line of memorandum; (viewed October 2014)