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Colorado Sun – Brian Eason
Colorado voters may face ballot question to repeal TABOR after court ruling with “broad implications”
The 5-2 opinion reverses a state title board decision in January that ruled the ballot measure violated the single subject clause of the state constitution

Colorado Public Radio (CPR) – Michelle Fulcher
As A Chance At TABOR Reform Heats Up Again, Gov. Jared Polis Takes A Cooler Stance
In the next couple of years, voters could be asked to consider two separate moves to reform TABOR. But Gov. Jared Polis on Monday rejected one outright and offered only a lukewarm endorsement of the second

Colorado Public Radio (CPR) – Nathaniel Minor
Full TABOR Repeal Proposal Can Proceed, Colorado Supreme Court Rules
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday gave the green light to a proposed ballot measure that would fully repeal Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights

Daily Camera – Boulder – Anna Staver
TABOR can be wiped out in one vote, Colorado Supreme Court rules – Anna Staver
Conservatives say they’d welcome a debate on Taxpayer Bill of Rights
The Colorado State Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Taxpayer Bill of Rights can be erased with a single vote of state residents – a 5-2 decision that upended conventional wisdom and could put critics of the constitutional amendment in a difficult political position

The Daily Sentinel Grand Junction – Charles Asby
Alliance forms to oppose TABOR question
A who’s who of current and former Republican elected officials have formed an issue committee to oppose Proposition CC on this fall’s ballot

The Gazette – Colorado Springs – Marianne Goodland
Colorado Supreme Court rules TABOR repeal can go forward
Backers of a proposed initiative to repeal the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights can go forward with their efforts to place the measure on a future ballot, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday

The Denver Post – Anna Staver
Colorado taxpayers likely headed for TABOR refund in 2020
State nearly $40 million over the limit it’s allowed to keep under TABOR

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