Colorado Department of Revenue

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Colorado Department of Revenue
Colorado State Capitol Annex Building.JPG
The State Capitol Annex in Denver
Department overview
Formed1941
TypeRevenue service
JurisdictionColorado
HeadquartersState Capitol Annex
1375 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado
Annual budget$926,000,000[1]
Department executivesBarabra J. Brohl, Executive Director
Heather Copp, Deputy Executive Director
Websitewww.colorado.gov/revenue
 
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Colorado Department of Revenue
Colorado State Capitol Annex Building.JPG
The State Capitol Annex in Denver
Department overview
Formed1941
TypeRevenue service
JurisdictionColorado
HeadquartersState Capitol Annex
1375 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado
Annual budget$926,000,000[1]
Department executivesBarabra J. Brohl, Executive Director
Heather Copp, Deputy Executive Director
Websitewww.colorado.gov/revenue

The Colorado Department of Revenue is the principal department of the Colorado state government[2] responsible for collecting governmental revenue and taxes within the state. The department has a regulatory role in the state, being responsible for the regulation of motor vehicles, gaming, and medical marijuana. The department further administers the Colorado Lottery.

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Its divisions include:

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  1. ^ FY2011
  2. ^ C.R.S. § 24-1-110

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