DALLAS — Colorado's growing economy should mean rising revenues for state government, but maintaining a balanced budget will still prove difficult for years to come, according to researchers at Colorado State University.

The challenge arises from layers of voter-induced constitutional amendments such as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights that cap how much revenue the state can retain and how funds can be used, said Charles Brown, director of the Colorado Futures Center at CSU.

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