Proposal to make it harder to amend state constitution is OK’d to gather ballot signatures

By the Denver Business Journal

May 12, 2016

Backers of a proposed ballot initiative aimed at making it more difficult for citizens to amend the Colorado Constitution got an OK Thursday from the state Supreme Court to begin gathering petition signatures.

The effort had been stalled by a legal challenge that claimed the proposal violated Colorado’s single-subject rule, which restricts how many issues any single amendment to the constitution can change. The high court rejected the challenge.

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