Common Sense Policy Roundtable is a non-profit free-enterprise think tank dedicated to the protection and promotion of Colorado’s economy. CSPR actively follows tax and budget related legislation and initiatives.
by Hon. Peter C. Groff MCG2 Consulting October, 2013 Read publication in full >> (303kB pdf) INTRODUCTION In the summer of 1981, the U.S. Secretary of Education T. H. Bell appointed an eighteen member committee called the National Commission of Excellence in Education. The Commission was charged with producing a report on the quality of education in America. …View full post
CU Leeds School of Business studies shows that without substantial improvement in student performance, Amendment 66 is a drag on the Colorado economy… Download pdf >>View full post
Leeds School of Business Report Uses State-of-the-Art Dynamic Model to Determine What Impact Amendment 66 Will Have on Our State’s Economy DENVER, Colo., October 9, 2013—Two comprehensive studies using a newly calibrated, dynamic economic modeling system developed by the Regional Economic Models Inc., or REMI that analyzes the ripple effects of public policy choices across …View full post
Common Sense Policy Roundtable MISSION STATEMENT Common Sense Policy Roundtable is a non-profit, free-enterprise think tank dedicated to the protection and promotion of Colorado’s economy. CSPR actively follows tax and budget related legislation and initiatives. LETTER FROM THE BOARD Dear CSPR Supporters, 2012 was a year of continual success and challenges for Common Sense Policy Roundtable. Considerable progress has …View full post
The continuing sluggish job numbers are a sober reminder that a full economic recovery is still well beyond the horizon. As weary job creators search for solutions and opportunities to kick start their businesses, we have repeatedly heard their pleas to state and federal lawmakers to ease onerous regulations, reduce tax burdens and for them to …View full post