Three ballot measures approved for the Colorado 2010 ballot

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December 16, 2009

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DENVER, Colorado: Three ballot measures have been approved by Secretary of State Bernie Buescher for the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot. Proposition 101, aims to cut income taxes, vehicle registration fees and fees on phones and internet service. Amendment 60 proposes limiting how property taxes are raised and reversing recent tax laws which increased taxes. Amendment 61 calls for prohibiting borrowing by state or local government and require voter approval for future loans.[1][2]

November 2

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Referendum P Gambling Transfers the licensing of games of chance from the Department of State to the Department of Revenue Defeatedd
LRCA Referendum Q Admin of Gov't Establishes a process for moving the state seat to a temporary location during a declared disaster emergency Approveda
LRCA Referendum R Taxes Eliminates property taxes for individuals or businesses that use government-owned property for a private benefit Defeatedd
CICA Initiative 60 Taxes Proposes reducing property taxes Defeatedd
CICA Initiative 61 Gov't Finances Forbids state and local gov't debt by loan in any form Defeatedd
CICA Initiative 62 Abortion Applies the term 'person' to every human being from the beginning of biological development Defeatedd
CICA Initiative 63 Health Care Prohibits enforcing any policy that requires a person to participate in an insurance plan Defeatedd
CISS Proposition 101 Taxes Makes amendments to current vehicle, income and telecommunications taxes and fees Defeatedd
CISS Proposition 102 Law Enforcement Allows first-time misdemeanor defendants to be recommended for release or released to a pretrial services program's supervision instead of a bond Defeatedd

See also

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