October 20, 2016
[Eight things I try to consider when deciding how to vote.]
[The 2016 Blue Book--Amendment 71 info on pp. 31-34]
[2016 General Election TABOR notices]
[The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) in the Colorado Constitution.]
[The US Constitution Bill of Rights & Later Amendments]
From John Andrews’ 2016-10-02–John Andrews_how voting on Colorado Ballot Issues:
“No on Amendment 71: Draconian Requirements to Amend Constitution
Hard-to-meet signature quotas in remote corners of the state, super-majority voter totals, and a double standard for repeals vs. new provisions, would fence ordinary citizens out of the petition process and leave big-money interests in sole control of constitutional changes.”
Below watch: “Elena Nunez from Common Cause and former Colorado Senate President John Andrews join host Jon Caldara to discuss why folks on the right, left, and center are against Amendment 71, also known as ‘Raise the Bar.'”
Constitutional Amendment 71 makes it more difficult for citizens like us to change the Colorado constitution. It will make it so that only the rich have a chance to make changes.
WHO WILL HAVE A MORE DIFFICULT TIME
GETTING AMENDMENTS ONTO THE BALLOT? — Us.