TABOR was passed by tax-paying voters in 1992 and became part of the Colorado Constitution. Its’ purpose is simple in that before lawmakers can raise your taxes, you get to vote yes or no, although spending increase by the inflation rate + population growth. Any extra revenue collected beyond that should be refunded to taxpayers.
If Proposition CC passes, you lose the right to vote on tax increases and lose any refunds due you. Not just for a year or two but permanently.
TABOR keeps government honest and forces it to prioritize the budget and spending.
Don’t lose your rights and refunds!
The TABOR Foundation & TABOR Committee urge you to Vote NO on Proposition CC
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Repealing TABOR: ends your right to vote on whether government can keep excess tax refunds and excess property tax revenue
“TABOR public forum: Jefferson Unitarian Church’s Community Action Network group (JUC CAN) and the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County are co-hosting a TABOR public forum from 1-3 p.m. Oct. 12 at Jefferson Unitarian Church, 14350 W. 32nd Ave., in Golden. A panel will discuss both Proposition CC and Jeffco 1A. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call JUC CAN at 303-279-5282 or the Jeffco League of Women Voters at 303-238-0032.”