AG Opinions - 1994

These opinions were based on the law as it existed at the time the opinions were issued. They may have been superceded by changes in constitutional, statutory, or case law.

No. 94-05 AG Alpha No. EX BE AGAUD - October 11, 1994

This responds to the request of the State Board of Equalization ("SBOE") for a formal Attorney General Opinion regarding the effect of 1992 Amendment One, Colo.Const., art. X, sec. 20, on the SBOE's authority to issue payback orders.

No. 94-04 AG Alpha No. GA AD AGAUB - August 2, 1994

This opinion responds to a request from the Executive Director of the Department of Revenue, for a formal Attorney General opinion concerning whether a 15% management fee on investment income, established by Section 24-36-114(2)(a) C.R.S., may constit utionally be applied to the limited gaming fund created in article XVIII, Section 9 of the State Constitution.

Summary
Based on the foregoing analysis, this office concludes that the management fee may not be imposed on the limited gaming fund.

No. 94-03 AG Alpha No. HI DH AGATU - April 25, 1994

This is a response to a request from A. Ray Chamberlain, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, concerning liability issues associated with the removal of motor vehicles and cargo from the public right-of-way.

No. 94-02 AG Alpha No. LE AU AGATY - February 9, 1994

This opinion letter responds to a request from the State Auditor, and from Representative Tom Ratterree regarding whether the funds collected, disbursed, and managed by the University of Colorado Treasurer are subject to the provisions of Colo. Cons t. art. X, Section 12, and Sections 24-36-103 and 107, C.R.S. (1988).

Summary
The CU Regents retain control and direction of university funds, which do not need to be transmitted to the State Treasurer.

No. 94-01 AG Alpha No. LE GA AGATZ - February 7, 1994

This Formal Attorney General Opinion responds to the General Assembly's request for an opinion regarding limits on payment for capital construction projects from net lottery proceeds. This opinion is based upon this office's interpretation of Amend ment 8, the Great Outdoors Colorado Program ("GOCO") Amendment, article XXVII, Colorado Constitution. GOCO was a citizen's initiative to amend the Colorado Constitution. It was approved at the General Election on November 3, 1992.

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