Colorado TABOR Overturn Sought For 2011 Election Cycle
The Denver Post:
As lawmakers struggle to balance the state budget, a wide spectrum of civic groups are quietly meeting to try to find long-term fiscal solutions -- which could include ballot measures in 2011 that reform TABOR and the citizen-initiative process.
Dubbed the Colorado Reform Roundtable, the loose alliance founded by 10 organizations representing business, labor and nonprofit groups resembles the coalition that helped pass Referendum C in 2005. That initiative suspended the revenue limits of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights for five years and ended its downward ratchet effect on the budget.