Several measures to change Colorado liquor law may go before voters this fall, as well as a measure to dedicate some income tax to affordable housing — if the signatures they submitted are verified.
Monday was the last day for advocacy groups to turn in petitions aimed at changing state law through the ballot box. The Colorado Secretary of State’s office now has until Sept. 7 to verify if they met the nearly 125,000-signature threshold that will qualify them for the Nov. 8 general election.
The initiatives with submitted petitions are:
- Initiative 96, which would increase the number of retail liquor licenses a Colorado resident can hold from four in 2027 to seven now and an unlimited number after 2037;
- Initiative 121, which would allow grocery and convenience stores licensed to sell…
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