The special districts claim they will lose up to $7 million in 201718 from the error If Senate Republicans do the same with This is a developing story Check back. Day one of the Colorado legislative special session and Democratic leaders in the House and the Senate introduced largely similar bills Monday that would. A Republicanled Senate committee killed one of two bills brought by Democrats. John Hickenlooper called a special legislative in midSeptember, arguing it was. As a result, several special districts were inadvertently barred from collecting the tax, including the Roaring Fork Transportation District, which serves Rifle and Glenwood Springs To fix the problem, Democrats in the Colorado. But that doesnt affect the handful of quasigovernmental special districts Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham questioned the urgency of a fix. There was a decrease in net revenue for these districts, Senate Majority Leader. DENVER The first day of the Colorado General Assembly Special Session was not they forgot to include language allowing special districts, like RTD, to continue to collect marijuana taxes As a result RTD has been losing around. Pete Lee, DColorado Springs "Was this an individual acting alone and prevented some special districts from collecting that revenue which in some. Related story To craft school funding bill, Kansas Senate relies on math from 41.