Building a Better Colorado’s final initiatives submitted for November ballot

By Ed Sealover
March 8, 2016

Advocates filed the final of five ballot proposals stemming from the series of Building a Better Colorado meetings Tuesday, asking voters to allow the state government to keep Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights refunds and put the money toward education, transportation and health services — either for a limited time or in perpetuity.

Those proposals — three were filed, although only one is likely to end up on the November statewide ballot — join with efforts submitted last month to the Legislative Council that would re-start the state’s presidential primary in 2020, open primary voting to unaffiliated voters, make it harder to amend the state constitution and require groups submitting constitutional amendments to get petition signatures from all 35 state Senate districts.

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