Education supporters in Colorado look for answers after reform measure is rejected

Nov. 7, 2013
Voters resoundingly rejected Amendment 66, which would have raised taxes to support schools.

On the day after Colorado voters rejected an effort to raise taxes to pay for education reform, supporters were trying to determine what message to take away from the defeat. The Denver Post says educators were looking at where defeat of the measure left them, legislators were calculating how to move forward, and observers on both sides of the issue were debating what the public meant by its resounding defeat of Amendment 66.

ALSO: Defeat of School Tax Stings Colorado Democrats (The New York Times)

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