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It could be said that once Governor Jared Polis signs the last bill into law (or rejects it) that the 2022 session of the Colorado legislature is concluded. With that complete, Colorado is officially in a hiatus before the next session. But that doesn’t mean our elected officials aren’t reminding us about what got done.

Candidate Representative Dylan Roberts, who is running for the Colorado Senate being vacated by term-limited Kerry Donovan, put out a recent release recapping his involvement in 2022 legislation. He says he is particularly proud that of the legislation he introduced, “100 percent gained bipartisan support.” Roberts is a Democrat in H.D. 26 representing Eagle County and Routt County.

Dylan Roberts, Candidate for CO Dist.5

According to his  2022 Legislative Session Recap:

  • He introduced 34 bills – 30 of 34 passed and sent to Governor
  • Chaired two committees: Business Affairs & Labor and Affordable Housing Transformational Task Force
  • Member: Agriculture, Livestock & Water Committee and Judiciary Committee
  • Conducted seven Town Hall Meetings (so far) in 2022

Colorado Cashback is almost Here
Colorado taxpayers all across the state will get their hard-earned money back with $750 being distributed to individuals and $1,500 going back to joint filers later this summer!

Under the Colorado Cashback plan, individual tax filers will receive early refund checks in September: $750 for individuals and $1,500 for joint filers.

SB22-233 accelerates the timeline for refund checks to help Coloradans afford essentials like gas and groceries.

All full-time Colorado residents who filed their 2021 income tax returns by June 30th will receive a check by September 30th (possibly much sooner), and those who file their return by October 17 will receive a check by January 31st, 2023.

If you’ve already filed your Colorado state income tax return, then you’re all set! You will receive your Colorado Cash Back check by September 30, 2022.

But if you have questions about your refund check, visit the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Colorado Cash Back FAQs webpage. If your questions still aren’t answered, Roberts says residents should contact his office directly at 303-866-2923.