Results of Tax Initiatives on Statewide Ballot
Amendment 66, Income Tax Increase – Rejected
Amendment 66 would have increased the state's income tax to raise funding for public school districts.
Colorado's income tax rate remains at a flat 4.63 percent.
Proposition AA, New Marijuana Taxes – Approved
Proposition AA creates two new taxes on recreational/adult-use marijuana:
Colorado voters approved the recreational/adult-use of marijuana in 2012 and the state enacted Amendment 64. The Colorado State Legislature placed Proposition AA on the November 2013 statewide ballot by when it approved House Bill 2013-1318.
As more tax collection and filing information is developed and available, it will be placed on this Web site.
Sales Tax Rate Changes Effective Jan. 1, 2014
Several local governments and special tax districts asked voters to consider sales and use tax rate changes. Final information will be published on this Web site in the coming weeks. Revenue Online and the hard copy DR 1002 rates publication will be updated by Jan. 1, 2014.