A Colorado hospital is denied a tax break. The Children’s Hospital of CO sought a property tax exemption for its day care center, which gave tuition discounts to some clients. The CO Court of Appeals affirmed the Board of Assessment Appeals’ denial, stating the center didn’t meet the statutory requirements for an exemption. One reason: It wasn’t used strictly for charity. Also, tuition discounts were the same for everyone below the federal poverty line, and not “on the basis of ability to pay.” (Dkt. No. 17CA0341)