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HCR10-1002: DECIDE Initiative Passes House Education Committee

A referred legislative measure to the November 2011 ballot that would exempt a portion of K-12 and postsecondary education funding from TABOR restrictions passed the House Education Committee on Monday. But its success likely ended with the education committee vote as it is unlikely to gain the half-dozen Republican votes it needs to get out of the House, The Colorado Statesman reports.

House Concurrent Resolution 1002, known as the DECIDE ballot initiative, passed the House Education Committee by an 8-4 party line vote on Monday.

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