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News Release | CoPIRG | Democracy

CoPIRG Applauds the Introduction of the Government by the People Act

CoPIRG applauded Rep. Polis and Perlmutter today for co-sponsoring new legislation aimed at raising the voices of everyday people in the political process. Rep. Polis and Perlmutter are co-sponsors of the Government By the People Act (H.R. 20), legislation that would allow candidates to run competitive campaigns for office by relying on small dollar donors.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Tax

New Farm Bill Contains Massive Taxpayer Handouts To Big Ag

CoPIRG urges Congress to vote NO on the Farm Bill. At a time of supposed fiscal caution, this bill would put taxpayers on the hook for another five years of billion-dollar handouts to huge, profitable agribusinesses.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Tax

Study: Colorado Could Curb Offshore Tax Dodging, Costs Colorado $15 Million

Colorado taxpayers could recover $15 million a year from a simple reform to crack down on offshore tax dodging, according to a new report released today by CoPIRG. The reform, which has already been proven effective in Montana and passed in Oregon, would require companies to treat profits booked to notorious tax havens as domestic taxable income.

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Report | CoPIRG | Tax

Closing the Billion Dollar Loophole

Every year, corporations use complicated gimmicks to shift U.S. earnings to subsidiaries in offshore tax havens – countries with minimal or no taxes – in order to reduce their state and federal income tax liability, costing Coloradans hundreds of millions of dollars every year. Colorado could close one loophole could save $15 million.

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Higher Ed

SURVEY SHOWS STUDENTS OPTING OUT OF BUYING TEXTBOOKS:

Today, a survey released by the CoPIRG Foundation shows textbook prices have soared over the past decade and students are looking for a way out. Open source textbooks are an affordable alternative.

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