During the 2008 general election, Colorado voters were confronted with 16 initiated constitutional amendments, all proposed by special-interest groups. A total of $70 million was spent prior to Election Day by advocates and opponents of the various measures. Was this a sorry, chaotic spectacle reflecting California-style dysfunction, or a splendid example of citizen participation in […]

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