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Colorado 2000 ballot measures

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Twelve statewide ballot propositions were on the 2000 ballot in Colorado.

  • Seven passed, while five were defeated.
  • Six measures were proposed through the initiative process.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
CICA Colorado Marijuana Act (2000) Marijuana Allows legal possession of marijuana for medical purposes Approveda


CICA Colorado Tax Cuts Act (2000) Taxes Cuts taxes by $25 per year including property, income, utility, and vehicle taxes Defeatedd


CISS Colorado Background Checks at Gun Shows Act (2000) Civil rights Require background checks for gun purchases at a gun show Approveda


CICA Colorado Funding for Public Schools Act (2000) Education Sets a minimum increase in funding Approveda


CICA Colorado Voter Approval of Growth Act (2000) Taxes Require voter approval of "growth area maps" Defeatedd


CISS Colorado Consent to Abortion Act (2000) Abortion Requires medical professionals to offer information before an abortion Defeatedd


LRCA Colorado Tax Reduction Act for Senior Citizens (2000) Taxes Reduces property taxes for qualified senior citizens Approveda


LRCA Colorado Reapportionment Timetable Act (2000) Admin of gov't Permanently changes reapportionment timetable Approveda


LRCA Colorado County Surveyors Act (2000) Admin of gov't Adds the option of appointing a county surveyor Defeatedd


LRCA Colorado Outdated Constitutional Provisions Act (2000) Admin of gov't Strikes references to one-time events that have already occurred and to public offices that no longer exist Approveda


LRSS Colorado Multi-State Lotteries Act (2000) Gambling Makes multi-state lotteries legal in Colorado Approveda


LRSS Colorado Math and Science Grants Act (2000) Education Allows the state to keep and spend the first $50 million in excess of the state's constitutional revenue limit for each of the next five years (up to $250 million total) Defeatedd


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