Colorado’s business and political leaders are searching for ways to mend fences and join forces after a divisive legislative session, The Denver Post reports.
The common enemy that could reunite them is three November ballot measures that seek to reduce the taxes collected for roads, bridges and schools.
In other coverage:
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: The issue committee that has fought several revenue-limiting ballot questions over the past decade and a half is gearing up for yet another battle. But this year’s effort to defeat Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 could be the biggest challenge yet for Coloradans for Responsible Reform, says its leader, Denver political consultant Rick Reiter.