From The Durango Herald (Joe Hanel):
“We’re going to go for the tough one. We’re going to go for the fix,” said Brenda Morrison, a member of Colorado’s Future, in a presentation Friday to Action 22, a group of Southeast Colorado county leaders.
The ballot initiative would not target any specific part of the constitution.
Instead, it would set up a panel that would meet every decade or so to recommend changes to the voters.
The specifics have not been decided yet, including how the panel would be appointed, what its power would be or even what it would be named.
The most often-criticized parts of the constitution include the Gallagher Amendment, which limits residential property taxes but can burden businesses; the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, which limits taxes and requires refunds if the state collects too much; and Amendment 23, which forces spending on K-12 schools to increase with the inflation rate.
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