DALLAS — Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter starts his second year working with the General Assembly today amid different economic circumstances than last year.

With home foreclosures at record levels and unemployment rising, lawmakers are tiptoeing around tax increases for ambitious projects and programs under a proposed $7.5 billion general fund budget.

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