Colorado Rising Action - Colorado Supreme Court will allow full TABOR repeal on the ballot
June 17, 2019

Colorado Supreme Court will allow full TABOR repeal on the ballot

The Colorado Supreme Court today released its decision to allow activists to attempt to put a full repeal of the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights on the ballot – overturning a previous decision by the state Title Board that a full repeal would violate the single subject rule in the state’s Constitution.

Here’s a statement from Colorado Rising Action Executive Director, Michael Fields:

“TABOR is so wide-ranging, it’s clear the courts got this one wrong. Not to mention, voting on tax increases and controlling the size of government is extremely popular among Coloradans across the board – we’ll take on this and any other fight in which groups of activists try to destroy the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights,” said Michael Fields.

Click here for recent public polling showing that 71% of Coloradans support the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, and only 28% oppose.

 

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