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No on CC Responds to Misleading Advertisement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 202-380-7114 – MBLyng@NovitasCommunications.com No on CC Coalition Responds to Wildly Misleading Advertisement by Proposition CC Supporters  DENVER, October 10, 2019 – Today, the No on CC campaign responded to the claims made in the Yes on CC campaign’s new television advertisement by conducting a truth test on each of the four contentions…

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Caldara: Go ahead, put a Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights repeal on the ballot

Caldara: Go ahead, put a Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights repeal on the ballot Originally published by The Complete Colorado, July 3, 2019 By Jon Caldara Come on you taxpayer-hating, consent-loathing, voter-fearing pantywaists. Cowboy up and put a full repeal of our Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights on the ballot. You know you want to. So just…

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EDITORIAL: Rebate grabbers at Colorado Capitol try a new scheme

The Colorado Springs Gazette, Editorial: Rebate grabbers at Colorado Capitol try a new scheme Originally published by The Colorado Springs Gazette, July 3, 2019 By The Editorial Board State politicians are scheming to have Gov. Jared Polis call a special session this summer. They need a chance to fix their big problem with Proposition CC.…

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Want to Repeal TABOR? – Denver Post Editorial

Editorial: Want to repeal TABOR? We do too, but here’s some realistic advice. By The Denver Post Editorial Board Originally published in the Denver Post, June 20, 2019 We’ve always thought a repeal of the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights would be prudent. We now know, thanks to a Colorado Supreme Court ruling, that it’s possible;…

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Republicans Say New Request is a Bad Idea

“With Ref C the promise was that a third of the money or more would go to higher education, and that never happened. The legislature simply didn’t do it. I’d say we’ve heard it before, and it didn’t work out that way.” – Governor Bill Owens

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Group Forms to Fight Anti-TABOR Ballot Question

A group of of the Colorado Republican Party’s biggest names have formed to fight Proposition CC on the November ballot. The measure would allow the state to keep future refunds allowed by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights to go for schools and transportation.

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