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  • No refund for YOU!

    No refund for YOU!0

    • September 23, 2019

    What would you do if you bought a $15 item with a $20 bill and the cashier refused to give you back your $5 change? Imagine the store keeps your change every time. Well, that’s exactly what the State of Colorado wants to do. They call it Prop CC and it will be on your

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  • Thanks for my latest legal trouble

    Thanks for my latest legal trouble0

    • August 5, 2019

    I don’t understand how a conditional promise I made well over a year ago obligates me now. As you know the good folks of Independence help honor the memory of my late daughter Parker by raising money for Children’s Hospital via the Courage Classic bike ride over the Rockies. They ride for Team Parker and

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  • Brexit isn’t the only example of elites undoing ballot measures

    Brexit isn’t the only example of elites undoing ballot measures0

    • April 8, 2019

    [D]uring the 1970s conservatives began to use initiatives to limit government power. . . . Judges seemed to think this was a threat, and judicial attitudes toward ballot measures began to change.

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  • In Blue Colorado, the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights matters more than ever

    In Blue Colorado, the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights matters more than ever0

    • December 6, 2018

    In Colorado, the recent election reaffirms the right of citizens to have the final say on proposals to increase taxes or debt.

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  • NO to taxes. YES to roads.

    NO to taxes. YES to roads.0

    • August 31, 2018

    Colorado traffic congestion is so bad you can change a tire and not lose your place in line. Good thing our Fix Our Damn Roads effort is picking up steam and racking up endorsements. Not only has Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers come out strongly urging a YES vote, so has the Colorado Springs Gazette.

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  • Isn’t is at least nice to be asked?

    Isn’t is at least nice to be asked?0

    • August 27, 2018

    I mean, being able to say, “thanks, but no,” is such an empowering thing. Just ask all the women who keep turning me down. Well, that’s what Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights does. It requires government to ASK YOUR CONSENT before raising taxes or debt. Sadly, the courts have created so many ways around asking

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