Colorado voters were not convinced the state should gradually raise taxes on marijuana sales to pay for tutoring programs aimed at reversing learning loss caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado voters do not appear to have embraced a conservative-led effort to give the state legislature the final say over how to spend legal settlements, transportation dollars and emergency aid from the federal government.
Colorado residents appear to have rejected a against a measure that would have permanently reduced property tax rates for several kinds of property owners.
Colorado Capitol Was A Disease ‘Breeding Ground’ in 1918 Pandemic. Lawmakers Hope Vaccines And Plexiglass Will Help Avoid A Repeat
Public health experts fear the Capitol building, with its stuffy rooms and big crowds, could become a hot spot for a virus just like historians say it was during the 1918 pandemic.
Colorado voters have decided to bring back a wild animal that was eradicated from the state in the 1940s because of the threats it posed to livestock and ranchers’ livelihoods.