Colorado Parks and Wildlife could seek new funding avenues

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife could seek new funding avenues

Could lead to special sales taxes or new fees
Much of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife budget comes from hunting and fishing licenses and an excise tax on equipment such as firearms, ammunition and fishing tackle. A bill pending in the state Legislature would launch a study on how other people use the state lands and how they could contribute to its upkeep.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife could seek new funding avenues

Much of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife budget comes from hunting and fishing licenses and an excise tax on equipment such as firearms, ammunition and fishing tackle. A bill pending in the state Legislature would launch a study on how other people use the state lands and how they could contribute to its upkeep.
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