Colo. Court Case Puts Spotlight on Special Districts That Issue Munis

A broad ruling by the Colorado Court of Appeals in a case of a developer’s egregious fraud has sent lawyers to the state’s General Assembly for legislation to protect existing special districts that issue tax-exempt bonds.    Read the article…………


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