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With Colorado facing $1 billion budget deficit next year, Amendments 60 and 61, Prop. 101 not smart

Colorado is facing a $1 billion budget deficit in fiscal year 2012, and that makes the tax-cutting Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 look unwise. Of course, contractors who slop at the pork trough of Colorado taxpayers are against the “Ugly three” and have raised millions for the fight to keep Colorado taxes high and themselves in business. I continue to have mixed feelings about these ballot initiatives. Colorado should restructure its laws and regulations to make government more cost effective and affordable under the economic conditions that we’ll be living with. But these initiatives seem to be asking for too much change too quickly, and they probably should go down to defeat. This ad makes the case for maintaining bloated government:

Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 09/20/2010 at 06:50 PM

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