Colorado Springs Mayor Lionel Rivera called Wednesday for a three-year timeout from the part of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights that limits how much tax money the city of Colorado Springs can spend as the economy recovers.
Rivera wants a measure on the November ballot that would allow the city to retain what TABOR calls surplus revenue for the city's 2010-2012 budgets, if there's a surplus in 2010.
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