If it had passed, the initiative would have landed on the November 8 Denver ballot. While citizens’ initiatives for that election had to be approved earlier this month, Denver City Council can still put measures on the ballot this month.
But this controversial proposal won’t make the November ballot. It will now come before council on November 14 at the earliest.
Currently, campaigns pushing ballot initiatives must collect signatures from at least 2 percent…
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