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Dear government, pay me for my losses. Inside Amendment 74, a ballot measure that...

Imagine you are a property owner. One day, you decide you want to use your land to develop a sand and gravel operation. You...

Colorado voters reject new taxes for roads and schools, split on oil and gas...

Colorado voters Tuesday turned down new taxes for schools and roads, while handing the energy industry a split decision on two controversial oil and...
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Amendment 73: Understanding the tax increase for education on your Colorado ballot

Colorado voters face an important education decision this November: whether to approve a major statewide tax increase for schools. This request represents the third...

Amendment A: What’s the argument against Colorado’s ballot measure to ban slavery? Ask these...

It’s not easy to find people who oppose the effort to finally, formally ban slavery in Colorado, but they do exist. Two Western Slope district...
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Guest Post: Amendment 74 – A Pandora’s box of property rights 'The only people...

Colorado voters this fall will consider Colorado constitutional Amendment 74 , which suggests that property owners will receive just compensation when government reduces the...

Ask The Indy: Breaking down the tax changes in Amendment 73 High earners will...

A Colorado Independent reader, who wished to remain anonymous, asked how the property tax adjustments in Amendment 73, the school funding measure, would work. The...

Is the debate about Amendment V a debate about millennials themselves?

Coloradans are set to vote on Amendment V, which proposes that Colorado reduce the minimum age for running for the state Senate and House...

What does it mean that 35% of Colorado voted against banning slavery? In 26...

Colorado voters were asked this election whether they wanted to ban slavery once and for all in the state. Just under two-thirds of voters supported...

Guest Post: Amendment 74 ― Deceptive, dangerous and anti-democratic

Proposition 112 has powerful fossil-fuel interests running scared. To protect their profits, they’re willing to destroy the ability of Colorado state and local governments...
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Media Lawyer Will Petition SCOTUS to Hear Records Case

Longtime Colorado media lawyer Steve Zansberg, who has represented national news organizations in cases connected to the Aurora theater shooting, the Oklahoma City bombing...
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