Wednesday, November 2

Colorado residents have voted to suspend their Taxpayer's Bill of Rights

I am concerned about what this will do to our growing economy, and our money-hungry state government. This is a serious setback for true conservatives. Owen's betrayed the fiscal restraint values of the party. What is frustrating is the scare tactics used by the pro-Ref C & D people--outright lies. Here comes all the spending!
Colorado residents have voted to suspend their Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, the strictest government spending limit in the nation, and give up more than $3 billion in tax refunds to help the state bounce back from a recession. Fiscal conservatives were dismayed at the outcome Tuesday night and worried about its impact on other states considering similar spending limits.
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