Colorado "religious freedom" measure filed for potential ballot placement

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April 15, 2011


DENVER, Colorado: A Colorado "Religious Freedom" Amendment could make its way to the November 6 ballot if supporters of the proposal have their way and collect enough signatures.

The proposed initiated constitutional amendment would mandate that the government can’t exclude expressions of religious belief from public places. According to reports, the measure is being sponsored by Focus on the Family.[1]

Supporters of the measure have until the August 6, 2012 petition drive deadline to collect the required 85,853 signatures needed to place an initiated constitutional amendment on the ballot in the state.

The measure was cleared for circulation by the Colorado Title Review Board on April 4, 2012.[2][3]

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