Gov. Jared Polis began his post-General Assembly bill-signing tour Monday by inking into law an effort to blunt the bite of rising property taxes and another that delayed a gasoline fee initially set to go into effect this year. The first, SB22-238, amounts to a $700 million cut to property taxes in 2023 and 2024 as policy makers try to dull how much owners owe due to skyrocketing property values.

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