Amendment 71 creates odd bedfellows

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Amendment 71 creates odd bedfellows

Effort to toughen constitutional amendment process creates strange coalitions
Recently, an out-of-state special-interest group delivered a fabricated Trojan horse to Colorado to oppose Amendment 71. Supporters of Amendment 71, known as Raise the Bar, say it is necessary to curtail the out-of-state special interests trying to amend Colorado’s Constitution. Ironically, the Virginia-sponsored horse is being used by opponents as a metaphor for Amendment 71, according to a release from Raise the Bar.

Amendment 71 creates odd bedfellows

Recently, an out-of-state special-interest group delivered a fabricated Trojan horse to Colorado to oppose Amendment 71. Supporters of Amendment 71, known as Raise the Bar, say it is necessary to curtail the out-of-state special interests trying to amend Colorado’s Constitution. Ironically, the Virginia-sponsored horse is being used by opponents as a metaphor for Amendment 71, according to a release from Raise the Bar.
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