Spurred on by the then-booming economy during 2007, Colorado legislators and liberal interest groups were poised to load the 2008 ballot with revenue-enhancing proposals — or, less politely, new taxes. Interviewed by the Denver Post during October of 2007, then-House Speaker Andrew Romanoff said, “If I had to choose today between providing health care for […]
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