Five years ago, a business-led political coalition that included Republicans, Democrats and a broad range of business, labor and environmental groups came together to pass Referendum C, a measure which permanently eliminated the state TABOR ratchet and temporarily suspended other TABOR provisions. After the measure passed, the coalition dissolved, and Colorado politics returned to its […]

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