On Nov. 2, a remarkable thing happened that most political observers in Colorado would not have believed: The fiscally conservative voters of Colorado Springs overwhelmingly voted for a .62 percent sales tax increase. The measure passed 65 percent to 35 percent. The sales tax is expected to raise $250 million during the next five years, […]

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