Prop HH was soundly rejected by voters on election night. Now, state Democrats could resurrect parts of the plan when their special session starts on Friday.
DENVER — Before Prop HH ended up on your ballot, it was introduced as a bill in the last week of the legislative session in May.
With public input on the ballot, it lost by 18 points.
Now, Gov. Jared Polis (D) has called the legislature back to work for a special session, which could include bringing back a bunch of Prop HH’s content, even though it failed.
For instance, a ‘no’ vote on Prop HH was supposed to mean that Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR)…
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