Over the last three decades, the Colorado constitution has been amended more than 40 times. Voters have approved amendments that have limited spending, increased spending, lowered taxes, and which have imposed sharply different tax rates upon different kinds of property. These amendments have sometimes clashed, yielding consequences have proved to be unpredictable, unanticipated and, more […]
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