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Ballot Tracker

Comprehensive Colorado Ballot Tracker

Brownstein’s Political & Regulatory Law Group presents this comprehensive tracker of all Colorado statewide ballot initiatives proposed during the 2021-2022 cycle, including any appeals from the Title Board to the Colorado Supreme Court. Information will be updated within 24 hours of any change. Where available, hyperlinks are provided to the initiative’s final text, title, review and comment memo, appellate decision, fiscal impact estimate and ballot analysis.

For a printable PDF version of all initiatives, click here.

For a printable PDF of the 2019-2020 cycle of initiatives, click here.

For more information on any measure, contact Brownstein attorneys Sarah MercerDavid Meschke or Denver Donchez.


Initiatives on the 2022 ballot:

  • Initiative #31: State Income Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
  • Initiative #58: Access to Natural Medicine (statutory) 
  • Initiative #96: Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 
  • Initiative #108: Dedicated State Income Tax Revenue for Affordable Housing (statutory) 
  • Initiative #121: Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory) 
  • Initiative #122: Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory) 


Referred Measures on the 2022 ballot:

Other

#1: Required Posting of Hours of Operation (unspecified)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to require public schools and universities to post their hours of operation on their buildings

Proponents: Lionel Amega and Genesis Curry

Election Year: 2022

Notes

08/04/20:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

08/18/20:
Review and comment hearing scheduled

#13: Laws Concerning Cruelty to Animals (statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment Hearing Held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to alter Colorado statutes to increase protections to animals from suffering and exploitation and criminalize actions that are currently considered legal animal husbandry practices

Proponents: Alexander Sage and Brent Johannes

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #13, #15, #16

#15: Laws Concerning Cruelty to Animals (statutory)
Withdrawn
Withdrawn before Review & Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to alter Colorado statutes to increase protections to animals from suffering and exploitation and criminalize actions that are currently considered legal animal husbandry practices

Proponents: Alexander Sage and Brent Johannes

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #13, #15, #16

Notes

1/25/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

2/8/21:
Review & Comment Hearing was scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

#16: Laws Concerning Cruelty to Animals (statutory)
In Process

Colorado Supreme Court reversed Title Board on single subject grounds and title denied

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to alter Colorado statutes to increase protections to animals from suffering and exploitation and criminalize actions that are currently considered legal animal husbandry practices

Proponents: Alexander Sage and Brent Johannes

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #13, #15, #16

Notes

2/8/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

2/16/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

2/22/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

2/8/21:
Original and Final Text submitted to Title Board

3/16/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

3/17/21:
Title set at Initial Title Board Hearing

3/24/21:

Motion for Rehearing – Riley

Motion for Rehearing – VanWinkle

4/7/21:
Title Board Rehearing held and motions for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the title

4/14/21:
Petition for Review filed with Colorado Supreme Court 

4/14/21:
Order - Briefing Schedule

4/16/21:
Petition format approved

5/4/21:
Petitioners' Opening Brief

Respondents' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

5/24/21:
Petitioners' Answer Brief

Title Board's Answer Brief

10/18/21:
Signatures due

6/21/21:
Opinion reversing Title Board and denying title on single subject grounds

#18: Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program (statutory)
In Process

Title set at Initial Title Board Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a statewide learning program that will provide consistent and reliable access to learning opportunities for all children in Colorado outside of their regular school schedules

Proponents:  Camille Howells and Chad Cookinham

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #18, #25

#25: Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program (statutory)
On Ballot

On 2021 Ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a statewide learning program that will provide consistent and reliable access to learning opportunities for all children in Colorado outside of their regular school schedules

Proponents: Stephen Fusco and C. Tim Taylor

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #18, #25

Notes

3/12/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/22/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/26/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

3/25/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/6/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/7/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/22/21:
Petition format approved

7/30/21:
Petition submitted

8/25/21:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#51:

Prohibit Intentional Killing of a Living Child (statutory)

In Process

Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to criminalize abortions by defining the intentional or reckless killing of unborn children as unlawful conduct with penalties equal to that of murder

Proponents: Angela Eicher and Rebecca Greenwood

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #51, #56

Notes

12/1/21:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

12/08/21:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/15/21:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

12/22/21:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

12/29/21:
Initial fiscal summary

1/5/22:
Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing  on grounds that substantial changes were made to the final draft after the review and comment hearing

#56:

Unlawful Murder of a Child (statutory)

Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to criminalize abortions by defining intentionally causing the death of unborn children as unlawful conduct with penalties equal to that of murder of an adult

Proponents: Angela Eicher and Rebecca Greenwood

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #51, #56

Notes

1/13/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

1/24/22:
Review and Comment Memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

1/28/22:
Review and Comment hearing held (audio)

2/3/22:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

2/14/22:
Initial Fiscal Summary

2/16/22:
Initial Title Board Hearing held and title set after staff draft amended

3/16/22:
Title Board rehearing held

4/1/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#61:

Legal Possession and Use of Entheogenic Plants and Fungi (statutory)

Withdrawn
Petition found to have insufficient signatures

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to legalize entheogenic plants and fungi and related paraphernalia for those over 21 years of age

Proponents: Kailee Nicole Foerster and Melanie Rose Rodgers

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #61

Notes

1/28/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/7/22:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

2/11/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

3/3/22:
Agenda and meeting summary scheduled for 10 a.m.

3/02/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

3/28/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Petition with signatures submitted

8/8/22:
Statement of insufficient number of signatures

#81:

Educational Materials Under the Colorado Open Records Act (statutory) 

In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado law regarding “public records” under the Colorado Open Records Act to include certain educational materials.

Proponents: Jon Caldera and Tim Geitner 

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/4/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/18/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

#83:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #84, #85, #86, #87, #88

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles.

#84:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

In Process
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #83, #85, #86, #87, #88

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#85:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #83, #84, #86, #87, #88

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#86:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #83, #84, #85, #87, #88

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#87:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #83, #84, #85, #86, #88

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#88:

Establishment of a New School Meals Program (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a “Healthy School Meals for All” Program to provide free meals to students in participating public schools. 

Proponents: Marc Jacobson, Roberto Luis Meza

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #88, #84, #85, #86, #87

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#132:

Consumer Choice in Energy (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit the state or any political subdivision from adopting an ordinance, regulation, or code that prohibits or discriminates against the connection or reconnection of an energy source for a variety of services based upon the type or source of energy to be delivered

Proponents: Keith Venable, Eduardo Balderas Martinez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #133

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

Withdrawn

#133:

Consumer Choice in Energy (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Revised Statute 29-2-116 by adding definitions to the statute, including: “consumer choice,” “energy,” “local government,” and “restricts;” Provides that the state and local governments shall allow consumer choice in energy 

Proponents: Keith Venable, Eduardo Balderas Martinez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #132

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

Withdrawn

Oil and Gas

#2: Prohibit Hydraulic Fracturing (statutory)
In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit all hydraulic fracturing in the state of Colorado that is not on federal land

Proponents: Thomas Williams and James Newel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #5

#3: Prohibit Hydraulic Fracturing (statutory)
In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit all hydraulic fracturing in the state of Colorado that is not on federal land

Proponents: Thomas Williams and James Newel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #5

#5: Prohibit Hydraulic Fracturing (statutory)
Withdrawn
Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit all hydraulic fracturing in the state of Colorado that is not on federal land

Proponents: Thomas Williams and James Newel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #5

Notes

10/29/20:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

11/05/20:
Original and final text submitted to Title Board

12/02/20:
Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing due to failure of one of the designated representatives to appear

#39: Gas Tax Reduction (statutory)
In Process

Review & Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the excise tax imposed on gasoline from $0.22 per gallon to $0.20 per gallon

Proponents: Michael Fields and Jesse Mallory 

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #39, #40

#40: Gas Tax Reduction (statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the excise tax imposed on gasoline from $0.22 per gallon to $0.18 per gallon

Proponents: Michael Fields and Jesse Mallory

Election Year: 2022 

Related Initiatives: #39, #40

#131:

Financial Assurance for Oil and Gas Operators (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Revised Statute 34-60-106 by providing that oil and gas operators be required to provide financial assurance sufficient to cover future closure, remediation, and restoration of oil and gas wells

Proponents: Matthew Mansfield, Sean Niehoff

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Hearing scheduled

Withdrawn

#136:

Colorado Independent Oil and Gas Commission (constitutional, statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by creating an Independent Oil and Gas Commission tasked with regulating oil and gas development in the state

Proponents: David Davia, Cody Davis

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #137

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/4/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/5/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#137:

Colorado Independent Oil and Gas Commission (constitutional, statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by creating an Independent Oil and Gas Commission tasked with regulating oil and gas development in the state

Proponents: David Davia, Cody Davis

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #136

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/4/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/5/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

Elections

#4: Allocation of State-Level Electoral Votes Across Counties (unspecified)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to implement an electoral college system for state-level elections

Proponents: Stephen Smith and Francine Smith

Election Year: 2022

#6: Petitions (statutory)
Withdrawn

Denied title setting; decision affirmed on appeal by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

11/16/20:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

11/27/20:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/30/20:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

12/02/20:
Original and final text submitted to Title Board

12/10/20:
Initial fiscal summary

12/16/20:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

12/23/20:
Motion for rehearing

01/06/21:
Motion for rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

1/11/21:
Petition for review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

1/11/21:
Order - briefing schedule

1/29/21:
Petitioners' opening brief

2/1/21:
Title Board's opening brief

2/17/21:
Title Board's answer brief

3/5/21:
Order affirming Title Board

#8: Petitions (statutory)
Withdrawn

Denied title setting; decision affirmed on appeal by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, expand the Colorado Supreme Court’s role in reviewing petitions, restrict the General Assembly’s authority to make bills petition exempt, and have Legislative Council staff’s Blue Book not apply to petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

12/23/20:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

12/31/20:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

1/6/21:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

1/11/21:
Original and final text submitted to Title Board

2/2/21:
Initial fiscal summary

2/3/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

2/10/21:
Motion for rehearing

2/17/21:
Motion for rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

2/24/21:
Petition for review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

3/4/21:
Order - briefing schedule

3/19/21:
Petitioners’ opening brief

3/24/21:
Title Board’s opening brief

4/8/21:
Title Board’s notice

4/22/21:
Order Affirming Title Board

#9: Petitions (statutory)
Withdrawn

Denied title setting; decision affirmed on appeal by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, expand the Colorado Supreme Court’s role in reviewing petitions, restrict the General Assembly’s authority to make bills petition exempt, and have Legislative Council staff’s Blue Book not apply to petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

12/23/20:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

12/31/20:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

1/06/21:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

1/11/21:
Original and final text submitted to Title Board

2/2/21
Initial fiscal summary

2/3/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

2/10/21:
Motion for rehearing

2/17/21:
Motion for rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

2/24/21:
Petition for review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

3/4/21:
Order - briefing schedule

3/19/21:
Petitioners' opening brief

3/24/21:
Title Board's opening brief

4/8/21:
Title Board's notice

4/22/21:
Order affirming Title Board

#10: Petitions (statutory)
Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, expand the Colorado Supreme Court’s role in reviewing petitions, restrict the General Assembly’s authority to make bills petition exempt, and have Legislative Council staff’s Blue Book not apply to petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#11: Petitions (statutory)
In Process

Title Set; title as drafted by Title Board affirmed on appeal by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, expand the Colorado Supreme Court’s role in reviewing petitions, restrict the General Assembly’s authority to make bills petition exempt, and have Legislative Council Staff’s Blue Book not apply to petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#12: Petitions (statutory)
In Process

Denied Title Setting; title as drafted by Title Board affirmed on appeal by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, expand the Colorado Supreme Court’s role in reviewing petitions, restrict the General Assembly’s authority to make bills petition exempt, and have Legislative Council Staff’s Blue Book not apply to petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

12/23/20:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/31/20:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

1/06/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

1/11/21:
Original and Final Text submitted to Title Board

2/2/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

2/3/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

2/10/21:
Motion for Rehearing

2/17/21:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

2/24/21:
Petition for Review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

3/4/21:
Order - Briefing Schedule

3/19/21:
Petitioners' Opening Brief

3/24/21:
Title Board's Opening Brief

4/8/21:
Title Board's Notice

4/22/21:
Order Affirming Title Board

#20: Conduct of Elections (constitutional, statutory)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before Review & Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend existing state election laws and rules to address and remedy perceived voting irregularities

Proponents: Stephen Smith and Francine Smith

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/5/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/19/21:
Review & Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

#22: Campaign Expenditure Limits (statutory)
In Process

Review & Comment Hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit campaign expenses that exceed 150% of eligible electors’ donations

Proponents: Jonathan Ambler and Rick Van Matre

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #22, #42

#23: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
In Process

Title Set after Title Board hearing; Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#24: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
In Process

Title Set

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

3/11/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/22/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/25/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

3/25/21:
Original and Final Text filed with Title Board

4/5/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/7/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/8/21:
Motion for Rehearing

4/21/21:
Motion for Rehearing denied at Title Board rehearing

#33: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)

In Process
Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#34: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
In Process

Withdrawn before Review & Comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#35: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#36: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#37: Conduct of Elections (statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to close voter rolls 25 days before elections,  require proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote, require affidavits for absentee ballots, require only paper ballots, prohibit all besides voter or postal workers from delivering ballots to election officials, delete inactive voters from voter rolls every three years, and other items

Proponents: Margot Herzl and Anna Omsberg

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #37, #38

#38: Conduct of Elections (statutory)
In Process

Title setting denied at Title Board rehearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to close voter rolls 25 days before elections, require proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote, require affidavits for absentee ballots, require only paper ballots, prohibit all besides voter or postal workers from delivering ballots to election officials, delete inactive voters from voter rolls every three years, and other items

Proponents: Margot Herzl and Anna Omsberg

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #37, #38

Notes

4/22/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

5/4/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

5/6/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

5/7/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

5/19/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied because proponents did not comply with filing guidelines

6/2/21:
Original Text refiled with Title Board

Amended Text refiled with Title Board

Final Text refiled with Title Board

6/2/21:
Title Board rehearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure did not constitute a single subject

#42: Campaign Expenditure Limits (statutory)
In Process
Review & Comment Hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seek to prohibit campaign expenses that exceed 150% of eligible electors’ donations

Proponents: Jonathan Ambler and Rick Van Matre

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #22, #42

#43:

Petitions (constitutional, statutory) 

In Process
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

7/6/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

7/20/21:
Review & Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:00 a.m.

7/22/21:
Original and Final Text filed with Title Board

7/26/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

8/4/21:
Title Board hearing held and title denied on single subject grounds

8/10/21:
Motion for Rehearing

Refiled Revised Text

Refiled Final Text

7/21/21:
Title Board rehearing held and title set after receiving revised text

#44: Petitions (constitutional, statutory)
Withdrawn
Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#52:

Petitions (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn before review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

Notes

12/1/21:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council
 

#54:

Petitions (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to revamp the state and local petition process and rights, extend initiatives and referenda to counties and other local governments, limit referendum petitions, and fine those who interfere with petitions

Proponents: Donald Creager III and John Ebel

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #6, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #23, #24, #33, #34, #35, #36, #43, #44, #52, #54

#80:

Campaign Expenditure Limits (statutory)

Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado law to prohibit campaign expenditures of any single candidate committee, political committee, or issue committee from exceeding 150% of eligible elector’s contributions made to said individual committee for each election cycle at any time within that cycle.

Proponents: Jonathan Ambler and Rick Van Matre

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #22, #42

Notes

3/1/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/15/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

5/3/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#103:

Local Control of Property Tax Revenues (constitutional) 

In Process

Title setting denied at rehearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado constitution to ensure that any voter initiative or voter referendum that affects or limits the property tax revenues of a local government be decided only in a local election by individuals entitled to vote in that election

Proponents: Ann Terry, Michael Valdez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #55, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that this proposed initiative adds language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass.

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied based on the measure does not constitute a single subject

Fiscal Policy

#7: Reduction in Property Tax Assessment Rates (statutory)
In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15% to 6.5% and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29% to 27%

Proponents: Lindsey Singer and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21, #26, #27, #28

#14: Reduction in Property Tax Assessment Rates (statutory)
In Process
Title Set

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15 percent to 6.5 percent and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29 percent to 26 percent

Proponents: Lindsey Singer and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21, #26, #27, #28

Notes

1/19/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

Letter Issued in lieu of a Review & Comment Hearing

1/19/21:
Original and Final Text submitted to Title Board

2/11/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

2/17/21:
Title Set at Initial Title Board Hearing

#17: Requirements for Spending Custodial Money (constitutional, statutory)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before Review & Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to define “custodial money” and specify that revenue collected from custodial funds can be retained and spent by the state as a voter-approved revenue change that is exempt from limitation under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights 

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #17, #19, #29

Notes

2/12/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

2/26/21:
Review & Comment Hearing scheduled for 10:00 a.m.
 

#19: Requirements for Spending Custodial Money (constitutional, statutory)
On Ballot

On 2021 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to define “custodial money” and specify that revenue collected from custodial funds can be retained and spent by the state as a voter-approved revenue change that is exempt from limitation under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #17, #19, #29

Notes

2/25/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/9/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/11/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

3/25/21:

Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/7/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/16/21:
Petition format approved

8/2/21:
Petition submitted

8/31/21:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#21: Reduction in Property Tax Assessment Rates (statutory)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before Review & Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15 percent to 6.5 percent and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29 percent to 26.4 percent

Proponents: Lindsey Singer and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21. #26, #27, #28

Notes

3/10/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

3/24/21:
Review & Comment Hearing scheduled for 9:30 a.m.

#26: Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction and Voter-Approved Revenue Change (statutory)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal before Colorado Supreme Courts dismissed as moot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15% to 6.5% and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29% to 26.4%, with authorization to retain and spend 25 million per year for 5 years on fire protection

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21, #26, #27, #28

Notes

3/23/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

4/2/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

4/6/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

4/9/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/15/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/21/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/28/21:
Motion for Rehearing (Proponents)

Motion for Rehearing (Hedges)

4/30/21:

Title Board rehearing held; Hedges’ Motion denied and Proponents’ Motion granted only to the extent that the Title Board made changes to the title

5/7/21:
Petition for Review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

5/7/21:
Order - Briefing Schedule

5/12/21:
Order - Dismissing Appeal

#27: Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction and Voter-Approved Revenue Change (statutory)
On Ballot

On 2021 Ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15% to 6.5% and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29% to 26.4%, with authorization to retain and spend 25 million per year for 5 years credited to homestead exemptions

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21, #26, #27, #28

Notes

3/23/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

4/2/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

4/6/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

4/9/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/15/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/21/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/28/21:
Motion for Rehearing (Proponents)

Motion for Rehearing (Hedges)

4/30/21:
Title Board rehearing held; Hedges’ Motion denied and Proponents’ Motion granted only to the extent that the Title Board made changes to the title

5/3/21:
Petition format approved

5/7/21:
Petition for Review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

5/7/21:
Order - Briefing Schedule

5/12/21:
Petitioners' Opening Brief

Respondents' Opening Brief

Title Board's Opening Brief

5/17/21:
Petitioners' Answer Brief

Respondents' Answer Brief

Title Board's Notice

5/27/21:
Order affirming Title Board's actions 

8/2/21:

Petition submitted

8/26/21:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures 

#28:

Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction and Voter-Approved Revenue Change (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal before Colorado Supreme Courts dismissed as moot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the residential property tax assessment rate from 7.15% to 6.5% and the non-residential property tax assessment rate from 29% to 26.4%, with authorization to retain and spend 25 million per year for 5 years

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #7, #14, #21, #26, #27, #28

Notes

3/23/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

4/2/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

4/6/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

4/9/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/15/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/21/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

4/28/21:
Motion for Rehearing (Proponents)

Motion for Rehearing (Hedges)

4/30/21:
Title Board rehearing held; Hedges’ Motion denied and Proponents’ Motion granted only to the extent that the Title Board made changes to the title

5/7/21:
Petition for Review filed with Colorado Supreme Court

5/7/21:
Order - Briefing Schedule

5/12/21:
Order - Dismissing Appeal

#29: Requirements for Spending Custodial Money (constitutional, statutory)
Withdrawn

Withdrawn before initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to define “custodial money,” create a custodial funds transparency fund, and specify that revenue collected from custodial funds can be retained and spent by the state as a voter-approved revenue change that is exempt from limitation under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #17, #19, #29

#30: State Income Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
In Process

Title set at initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the income tax rate from 4.55% to 4.51% on federal taxable income and the corporate tax rate from 4.55% to 4.51% of the Colorado net income

Proponents: Jon Caldara and Jerry Sonnenberg

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #30, #31

#31: State Income Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
On Ballot

On 2022 Ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to reduce the income tax rate from 4.55% to 4.41% on federal taxable income and the corporate tax rate from 4.55% to 4.41% of the Colorado net income

Proponents: Jon Caldara and Jerry Sonnenberg

Election Year: 2021

Related Initiatives: #30, #31

Notes

3/25/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

4/5/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

4/8/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

4/9/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/19/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/21/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set 

6/21/21:
Petition format approved

10/29/21:
Petition submitted with signatures

11/18/21:
Statement of Sufficiency of Signatures

#32: Sales and Use Tax Revenue for Transportation (statutory)
In Process

Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to readopt Senate Bill 97-001, which transferred 10% of existing sales and use tax net revenues from the sale and use net revenues from the sale and use of motor vehicles and related items to transportation funding

Proponents: Jon Caldara and John Cooke

Election Year: 2021

Notes

3/26/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

4/7/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

4/9/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

4/9/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

4/19/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

4/21/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title setting denied because the proponents made substantial amendments to the text which were not in direct response to review and comment

#41: Sales Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seek to reduce the sales tax rate from 2.90% to 2.89%

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #41, #45, #46, #47

#45: Sales Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to temporarily reduce the sales tax rate from 2.90% to 2.89% for the time period between July 1, 2023, and June 30, 2025

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #41, #45, #46, #47

#46: Temporary Sales Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to temporarily reduce the sales tax rate from 2.90% to 2.89% for the time period between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2024 by repealing and reenacted sales tax provisions

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #41, #45, #46, #47

Notes

9/8/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

9/20/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

9/22/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

9/23/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

10/5/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

10/6/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

10/12/21:
Motion for Rehearing

10/20/21:
Title Set at Title Board rehearing and Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent that the Title Board made changes to the title

10/25/21:
Petition for Review to Colorado Supreme Court

10/26/21:
Order with briefing schedule

11/15/21:
Title Board's opening brief

11/15/21:
Petitioners' opening brief

12/6/21:
Petitioners' answer brief

12/6/21:
Title Board's answer brief

4/14/22:
Court order

#47: Temporary Sales Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)
Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to temporarily reduce the sales tax rate from 2.90% to 2.89% for the time period between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2024

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #41, #45, #46, #47

Notes

9/8/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

9/20/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

9/22/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

9/23/21:
Original Text filed with Title Board

Amended Text filed with Title Board

Final Text filed with Title Board

10/5/21:
Initial Fiscal Summary

10/6/21:
Initial Title Board hearing held and title set

10/12/21:
Motion for Rehearing

10/20/21:
Title Set at Title Board rehearing and Motion for Rehearing granted only to the extent that the Title Board made changes to the title

#55:

Local Control of Property Tax Revenues (constitutional)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to limit voter initiatives and voter referendums that affect property tax revenues of a local government to local elections

Proponents: Bernie Buescher and Ann Terry

Election Year: 2022

Notes

1/5/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

1/13/22:
Review and Comment Memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

1/19/22:
Review & Comment Hearing held (audio)

1/21/22:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

1/26/22:
Initial fiscal summary

2/2/22:
Title Board meeting held and title set after Title Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

2/10/22:
Motion for rehearing

3/2/22:
Title Board rehearing held

3/8/22:
Petition for review submitted

3/9/22:
Briefing order

3/25/22:
Court order – dismissed

#60:

Tax Credit for Non-Public and Home-Based Education (constitutional) 

In Process

Review and Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to expand access to school choice by establishing an income tax credit for parents and guardians of non-public school children at a rate of $1,000/year per student for home-based education and $3,000/year per student for non-public school education

Proponents: Jennifer Gregg and Marla Benavides

Election Year: 2022

Notes

1/21/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/4/22:
Review and Comment hearing held (audio)

#70:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

In Process

Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #71, #72, #73, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

3/16/22:
Initial hearing scheduled, time TBD

3/16/22: 
Title Setting denied on grounds that the Title Board lacks jurisdiction to set title on the grounds that substantial changes were made to the final draft after review and comment
 

#71:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

In Process

Title setting denied at initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #72, #73, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

3/16/22:
Initial hearing scheduled, time TBD

3/16/22: 
Title Setting denied on grounds that the Title Board lacks jurisdiction to set title on the grounds that substantial changes were made to the final draft after review and comment

#72:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #73, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/2/22:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Counsel and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/04/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Initial hearing scheduled, time TBD

#73:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #72, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/2/22:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Counsel and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/04/22:
Review and comment hearing Held (audio)

3/16/22:
Initial hearing scheduled, time TBD

#74:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

In Process

Title setting denied at rehearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #72, #73, #75, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

3/16/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Title setting denied based on the measure does not constitute a single subject

#75:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #76, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; motion for rehearing granted to the extent that the board made changes to the titles. The board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution; a 55% vote is required to pass

4/14/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/13/22:
Petition for review #2 submitted

5/10/22:
Court order – dismissal

#76:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75, #77

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#77:

Concerning Property Valuation (Constitutional, Statutory) 

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Constitution Section 3 Article 10 and Colorado Revised Statutes addressing valuation of property to allow additional options for property owners in a variety of circumstances related to assessment. 

Proponents: Alex Valdez and Colin Larson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75, #76

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#78:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (unspecified) 

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a standard process to set a minimum reimbursement fee for covered Medicaid dental procedures performed by Medicaid providers in Colorado. 

Proponents: Gary Van Genderen and Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Notes

2/23/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/09/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#79:

Business Earnings Tax Based on Top Executive Pay (unspecified) 

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to add an additional tax on businesses in Colorado when their highest-paid managerial employee earns more than 50 times the median compensation paid to their employees.

Proponents: Erik Dean, Chantal de la Rionda

Election Year: 2022

Notes

2/28/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/14/22:

Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#82:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to set the minimum reimbursement fee for a covered Medicaid dental procedure performed by a Medicaid Provider to be equal to or greater than the lowest tenth percentile of fees nationally as per the most recent American Dental Association’s “Survey of Dental Fees.”

Proponents: Garry Van Genderen, Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #78

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/15/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#91:

State Income Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn prior to review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado statute pertaining to income tax imposed on individuals, estates and trusts

Proponents: Jon Caldara, Damon Sasso

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32, #92, #93

Notes

3/11/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/25/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled

#92:

Social Security Income Exemption from State Income Tax (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn prior to review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado statute by subtracting from state income tax, social security benefits included in federal taxable income in excess of $24,000 by individuals 65 years or older

Proponents: Jon Caldara, Damon Sasso

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32, #91, #93

Notes

3/11/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/25/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled

#93:

Percentage of Utility Rates Paid by Investor-Owned Utilities (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend utility rates set by the Public Utilities Commission to ensure that investor-owned utilities providing electric or gas services to residential, commercial, or industrial users, bear the proper share of utility rates

Proponents: Jon Caldara, Damon Sasso

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32, #91, #92

Notes

3/17/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/31/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles

6/6/22:
Petition format approved

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#94:

Educational Materials Under the Colorado Open Records Act (statutory)

In Process

Title setting denied at rehearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several definitions, including the term “educational materials” as defined under the Colorado Open Records Act

Proponents: Jon Caldara, Tim Geitner

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #81

Notes

3/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/20/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied based on the measure does not constitute a single subject

#95:

Minimum Wage for Workers in Alcohol-Related Businesses (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn prior to review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to set baseline minimum wage for employees of chain retailers providing alcohol delivery services at $20 per hour, and baseline minimum wage for independent contractors providing third-party alcohol delivery services at $24 per hour

Proponents: Omar Malik, Christopher Fine

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/21/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/4/22:
Review and comment hearing held

#103:

Local Control of Property Tax Revenues (constitutional) 

In Process

Title setting denied at rehearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado constitution to ensure that any voter initiative or voter referendum that affects or limits the property tax revenues of a local government be decided only in a local election by individuals entitled to vote in that election

Proponents: Ann Terry, Michael Valdez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #55, #70, #71, #72, #73, #74, #75, #76, #77

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that this proposed initiative adds language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass.

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied based on the measure does not constitute a single subject

#104:

Local Control of Property Tax Revenues (constitutional)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado constitution to ensure that any voter initiative or voter referendum that affects or limits the property tax revenues of a local government be decided only in a local election by individuals entitled to vote in that election

Proponents: Scott Wasserman, Javier Mabrey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #105, #106

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment held (audio)

4/20/22:

Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that this proposed initiative adds language to the Colorado Constitution and will require a 55% vote to pass

#105:

New Fee Assessment on Luxury Residential Real Property (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to establish a Colorado Affordable Housing Fund and establish other provisions in order to consider and address affordable housing deficits in local communities

Proponents: Scott Wasserman, Javier Mabrey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #104, #106

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#106:

New Fee Assessment on Luxury Residential Real Property (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to establish a Colorado Affordable Housing Fund and establish other provisions in order to consider and address affordable housing deficits in local communities

Proponents: Scott Wasserman, Javier Mabre

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #104, #105

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

#107:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (statutory) 

In Process

Letter issued

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to set the minimum reimbursement fee for a covered Medicaid dental procedure performed by a Medicaid Provider to be equal to or greater than the lowest tenth percentile of fees nationally as per the most recent American Dental Association’s “Survey of Dental Fees” 

Proponents: Garry Van Genderen, Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #78, #82

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 11 a.m.

#108:

Dedicated State Income Tax Revenue for Affordable Housing (statutory)

On Ballot

On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a statewide affordable housing fund consisting of all state revenue pursuant to Article 22, on one-tenth of one percent of federal taxable income

Participants: Vilan Odekar, Luke Teater

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

5/13/22:
Petition format approved

8/4/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

8/19/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#109:

Calculation of Excess State Revenue Cap (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend, for the 2023-2024 fiscal year, an amount that is equal to the excess state revenues cap for the 2022-2023 fiscal year, adjusted for inflation, percentage change in state population, qualification or disqualification of enterprises, and the debt service changes, less one-half of one percent of all federal taxable income

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri, Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #17, #19, #26, #27, #28, #29, #41, #45, #46, #47, 110

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the board lacks jurisdiction to set title because the proponents made substantial amendments to the text that in conjunction with existing language in the text created a second subject; and that the board lacked the jurisdiction to remove the phrase "as modified by law, of every individual, estate, trust, and corporation, as defined in law." in section 24-77-103.6 (6)(b(I)(H) of the text and all of the language in section 24-77-103.6 (6)(b.5) because that language included substantial and substantive changes and removal of the language could not be considered a minor or grammatical correction.

#110:

Property Taxes (constitutional)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Section 3 of Article 10 of the Colorado State Constitution by providing that property taxes falling under the provision shall not increase more than 2% annually unless the property is substantially improved by adding more than 10% square footage to the existing structure or its use has changed

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri, Steven Ward

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #17, #19, #26, #27, #28, #29, #41, #45, #46, #47, 109

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended the board determined that this proposed initiative adds language to the Colorado Constitution and will require a 55% vote to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted by Buescher

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted by Wasserman

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/23/22:
Court order – dismissal

#130:

State Income Tax Rate Reduction (statutory)

Withdrawn

Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend statutory provisions pertaining to income tax imposed on individuals, estates, and trusts, by imposing a tax of four and fifty-four one-hundredths precent on the federal taxable income

Proponents: Jon Caldara, Eric Broughton

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #30, #31, #32, #91, #92, #93

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held

4/21/22;
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

#140:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the Property’s most recent sale, unless the property is substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#141:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, with the exception that if inflation rises above 5%, the county commissioners may decide by resolution that the actual value of real property may be increased annually by no more than 3% plus 50% of the inflation rate over 5%; and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the Property’s most recent sale, unless the property is substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution; a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject
 

#142:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, with the exception that if inflation rises above 5%, the county commissioners may decide by resolution that the actual value of real property may be increased annually by no more than 3% plus 50% of the inflation rate over 5%; and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the Property’s most recent sale, unless the property is substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#143:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, with the exception that if inflation rises above 5%, the county commissioners may decide by resolution that the actual value of real property may be increased annually by no more than 3% plus 50% of the inflation rate over 5%; and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the Property’s most recent sale, unless the property is substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#144:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, with the exception that if inflation rises above 5%, the county commissioners may decide by resolution that the actual value of real property may be increased annually by no more than 3% plus 50% of the inflation rate over 5%; and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the Property’s most recent sale, unless the property is substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/22/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review Submitted by Buescher

5/6/22:
Petition for review Submitted by Wasserman

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/10/22:
Court order – dismissal

#145:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, that the General Assembly may decide by bill each year that the actual value of real property shall not be increased annually by more than inflation, limited to 4% if inflation rises above 5%. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held
(audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution; a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#146:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, that the General Assembly may decide by bill each year that the actual value of real property shall not be increased annually by more than inflation, limited to 4% if inflation rises above 5%. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #147, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held
(audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#147:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the property’s most recent sale unless the property has been substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #148, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held
(audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution; a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted; title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#148:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, and that the actual value of real property shall equal the amount of the property’s most recent sale unless the property has been substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #149, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held
(audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#149:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, that the General Assembly may decide by bill each year that the actual value of real property shall not be increased annually by more than inflation, limited to 4% if inflation rises above 5%. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #150, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held
(audio)

4/22/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted by Buescher

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted by Wasserman

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/3/22:
Court order – dismissal

#150:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, that the General Assembly may decide by bill each year that the actual value of real property shall not be increased annually by more than inflation, limited to 4% if inflation rises above 5%. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #151

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
(audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

#151:

Concerning Property Valuation (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend several provisions under the Colorado Revised Statutes to ensure that the actual value for real property does not increase annually by more than inflation, limited to 3%, and that the amount of the property’s most recent sale (except that the actual value of real property that has not been sold since June 30, 2020, shall be equal to the actual value used to calculate the property’s 2021 property taxes), unless the property has been substantially improved. Also allows a taxpayer, in certain situations, to protest the actual value of the property if the taxpayer’s property suffers a decline in value

Proponents: Colin Larson, John Brackeny

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, #147, #148, #149, #150

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
(audio)

4/22/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass.

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles.

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted by Buescher

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted by Wasserman

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/10/22:
Court order – dismissal

Education

#48:

Education as Fundamental Right (constitutional)

In Process

Review & Comment Hearing Held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to require the State to (i) ensure that all public school students have diverse opportunities to meaningfully participate in their education to create and (ii) maintain public schools as safe and healthy spaces where people will experience inherent dignity and understand associated rights

Proponents: Manuel Luis Espinoza, Ph. D, and Adria Padilla-Chavex

Election Year: 2022

Notes

10/28/21:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/10/21:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/12/21:
Review & Comment Hearing held (Audio)

#53:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory)

In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to dedicate an additional amount of state revenue equal to one-third of one percent on all federal taxable income to the State Education Fund

Proponents: Lea Steed and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #53, #57, #62, #63, #64, #65

#57:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting initial Title Board hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks, by creating a Natural Medicine Health Act of 2022, to increase access to natural medicine, including psychedelics, to combat mental health issues by removing criminal penalties for personal use of this medicine, promoting public education related to the use of this medicine, and establishing regulated access to this medicine for adults age 21 and older

Proponents: Veronica Perez and Kevin Thomas Matthews

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #62, #63, #64, #65

#60:

Tax Credit for Non-Public and Home-Based Education (constitutional) 

In Process

Review and Comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to expand access to school choice by establishing an income tax credit for parents and guardians of non-public school children at a rate of $1,000/year per student for home-based education and $3,000/year per student for non-public school education

Proponents: Jennifer Gregg and Marla Benavides

Election Year: 2022

Notes

1/21/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/4/22:
Review and Comment hearing held (audio)

#62:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to dedicate an additional amount of state revenue equal to one-third of one percent on all federal taxable income to the State Education Fund

Proponents: Lea Steed and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #53, #57, #62, #63, #64, #65

Notes

2/10/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/21/22:
Review and Comment memo Prepared by Legislative Counsel and Office of Legislative Legal Services

2/24/22:
Review & Comment Hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended<

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; Motion for Rehearing granted to the extent that the board made changes to the titles.

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

4/26/22:
Court order – dismissal

#63:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to dedicate an additional amount of state revenue equal to one-third of one percent on all federal taxable income to the State Education Fund, and specifically to efforts to attract, retain, and compensate teachers and student support professionals

Proponents: Lea Steed and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #53, #57, #62, #63, #64, #65

Notes

2/10/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/24/22:
Review and Comment Hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held

4/12/22:
Petition format approved 

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

6/2/22:
Court order – affirmed

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#64:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to dedicate an additional amount of state revenue equal to one-half of one percent on all federal taxable income to the State Education Fund

Proponents: Lea Steed and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #53, #57, #62, #63, #64, #65

Notes

2/10/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/24/22:
Review and Comment Hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; Motion for Rehearing granted to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

4/26/22:
Court order – dismissal

#65:

Additional Dedicated Revenue to the State Education Fund (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to dedicate an additional amount of state revenue equal to one-half of one percent on all federal taxable income to the State Education Fund, and specifically to efforts to attract, retain, and compensate teachers and student support professionals

Proponents: Lea Steed and Donald Anderson

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #53, #57, #62, #63, #64, #65

Notes

2/10/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/24/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; Motion for Rehearing granted to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

4/26/22:
Court order – dismissal

Medical

#49:

Access to Natural Medicine (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase access to natural medicine, including psychedelics, to combat mental health issues by removing criminal penalties for personal use of this medicine, promoting public education related to the use of this medicine, and establishing regulated access to this medicine for adults age 21 and older

Proponents: Edward Ramey and Natasia Poinsatte

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #61

Notes

11/18/21:
Initial text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/30/21:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/2/21:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

12/3/21:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

12/14/21:
Initial fiscal summary

12/15/21:
Title Board meeting held and title set

#50:

Access to Natural Medicine (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase access to natural medicine, including psychedelics, to combat mental health issues by removing criminal penalties for personal use of this medicine, promoting public education related to the use of this medicine, and establishing regulated access to this medicine for adults age 21 and older

Proponents: Edward Ramey and Natasia Poinsatte

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #61

Notes

11/18/21:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

11/30/21:
Review and comment memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/2/21:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

12/3/21:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

12/14/21:
Initial fiscal summary

12/15/21:
Title Board meeting held and title set after Title Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

Amended text with technical correction

Final text with technical correction

#58:

Access to Natural Medicine (statutory) 

On Ballot
On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks, by creating a Natural Medicine Health Act of 2022, to increase access to natural medicine, including psychedelics, to combat mental health issues by removing criminal penalties for personal use of this medicine, promoting public education related to the use of this medicine, and establishing regulated access to this medicine for adults age 21 and older

Proponents: Veronica Perez and Kevin Thomas Matthews

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #61

Notes

1/20/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Council

2/1/22:
Review and Comment Memo prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

2/3/22:
Review and Comment hearing held (audio)

2/4/22:
Original text filed with Title Board

Amended text filed with Title Board

Final text filed with Title Board

2/14/22:
Initial Fiscal Summary

2/16/22:
Initial Title Board hearing and title set after staff draft amended

3/22/22:
Petition format approved

6/27/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

7/21/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#59:

Access to Natural Medicine (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks, by creating a Natural Medicine Health Act of 2022, to increase access to natural medicine, including psychedelics, to combat mental health issues by removing criminal penalties for personal use of this medicine, promoting public education related to the use of this medicine, and establishing regulated access to this medicine for adults age 21 and older

Proponents: Veronica Perez and Kevin Thomas Matthews

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #49, #50, #58, #59, #61

#78:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (unspecified) 

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a standard process to set a minimum reimbursement fee for covered Medicaid dental procedures performed by Medicaid providers in Colorado. 

Proponents: Gary Van Genderen and Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Notes

2/23/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/09/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#82:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (statutory)

Withdrawn
Expired

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to set the minimum reimbursement fee for a covered Medicaid dental procedure performed by a Medicaid Provider to be equal to or greater than the lowest tenth percentile of fees nationally as per the most recent American Dental Association’s “Survey of Dental Fees.”

Proponents: Garry Van Genderen, Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #78

Notes

3/7/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/21/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/15/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#107:

Minimum Reimbursement Fee for Covered Dental Procedures Performed by Medicaid Providers (statutory) 

In Process

Letter issued

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to set the minimum reimbursement fee for a covered Medicaid dental procedure performed by a Medicaid Provider to be equal to or greater than the lowest tenth percentile of fees nationally as per the most recent American Dental Association’s “Survey of Dental Fees” 

Proponents: Garry Van Genderen, Dale Kim

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #78, #82

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 11 a.m.

Criminal Justice

#68:

Concerning Eligibility for Parole (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend parole eligibility requirements for persons sentenced for violent crimes who have previously served time for violent crimes.

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #69

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#69:

Concerning Eligibility for Parole (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting Review and Comment Hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend parole eligibility requirements for persons sentenced for violent crimes who have previously served time for violent crimes.

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri and Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #68

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/04/22:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled for 10 a.m.

#89:

Concerning Eligibility for Parole (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting at rehearing; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend parole eligibility requirements for persons sentenced for violent crimes who have previously served time for violent crimes

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri, Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #90

Notes

3/11/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/25/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

4/20/22:
Title setting denied at rehearing on the basis that the board lacked jurisdiction to set title on the grounds that substantial changes were made to the final draft after review and comment rehearing

4/27/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/28/22:
Briefing order

6/2/22:
Court order – affirmed

#90:

Concerning Eligibility for Parole (statutory)

In Process

Initial Title Board hearing held 

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend parole eligibility requirements for persons sentenced for violent crimes who have previously served time for violent crimes

Proponents: Suzanne Taheri, Michael Fields

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #68, #69, #89

Notes

3/11/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/25/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/6/22:
Initial Title Board hearing held at 9 a.m.

#111:

Require Criminal Background Checks for Certain Liquor Licensees (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado Liquor Code to ensure that no license provided under Article 3, Title 44 C.R.S. is to be issued or held by any person, corporation, partnership, association, or company until fees have been paid, the individuals have submitted fingerprints for criminal background checks, and a criminal history record check reveals that the person or members of the entity are of “good moral character"

Proponents: Anthony Mitchel Ryerson III, Paul Baryames 

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 11:30 a.m.

Licensing

#96:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

On Ballot
On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a more level playing field for the different business types that sell alcohol for off-premises consumption by allowing an equal number of licenses for drugstores, grocery stores, and liquor stores. This initiative would allow a liquor store owner to own eight retail liquor stores now (upon passage), and expands to 13 stores starting in 2027, 20 stores starting in 2032, and an unlimited number of stores starting in 2037

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

6/7/22:
Petition format approved

8/4/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

8/26/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#97:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase the number of retail liquor stores that a store license holder may own over time and decrease the total number of liquor-licensed drugstores that an owner may own. It would allow a liquor store owner to own 8 retail liquor stores now, and expands to 12 stores starting in 2027, with no further increase. For liquor-licensed drugstores, an owner may own 13 drugstores starting in 2027, 20 stores starting in 2032, and an unlimited number starting in 2037

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#98:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase the number of retail liquor stores that a store license holder may own over time and decrease the total number of liquor-licensed drugstores that an owner may own. It would allow a liquor-store owner to own 12 retail liquor stores now, with no further expansion. For liquor-licensed drugstores, the initiative would increase the present ownership limits to 12 drugstores, with no further expansion. It also creates a new category of licensee, the “beer and wine off-premises retailer,” and allows a retailer to receive a maximum of 12 of these license types

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #97, #99, #100, #101, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

#99:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

In Process

Review and comment hearing held

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase the number of retail liquor stores that a store license holder may own over time and decrease the total number of liquor-licensed drugstores that an owner may own. It would allow a liquor store owner to own 12 retail liquor stores now, with no further expansion. For liquor-licensed drugstores, the initiative would increase present ownership to 12 drugstores, with no further expansion. The initiative also amends the Colorado Beer Code to add the sale of wine for off-premises consumption, so that the provisions of the Beer Code would apply to both beer retailers and wine retailers

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: , #96, #97, #98, #100, #101, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

#100:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to increase the number of retail liquor stores that a store license holder may own over time and decrease the total number of liquor-licensed drugstores that an owner may own. It would allow a liquor store owner to own 12 retail liquor stores now, with no further expansion. For liquor-licensed drugstores, the initiative would increase present ownership to 12 drugstores, with no further expansion. It would also limit beer-only retail owners under the Colorado Beer Code to a maximum of 12 licenses for off-premises or on-premises consumption, and would authorize the state to issue rules regarding the surrender of licenses for retailers who currently have more than 12 licenses

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #97, #98, #99, #101, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#101:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a new category of licensee in the Colorado Liquor Code, the “beer and wine off-premises retailer,” (“BWOPR”) which are the only retailers permitted to sell beer and wine in sealed containers (other than liquor stores and liquor-licensed drugstores). It would allow retailers to receive a maximum of 12 of these license types, and would prohibit BWOPR licensees from ownership interest in a wholesaler. It would also allow a licensee for the off-premises sale of beer to convert up to 12 of its licenses to BWOPR

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #102

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#102:

Concerning Liquor Licenses (statutory) 

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court 

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado Beer Code to add the sale of wine for off-premises consumption, so that the provisions of the Beer Code would apply to both beer retailers and beer and wine retailers

Proponents: Robert Schraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101

Notes

3/22/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/5/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#111:

Require Criminal Background Checks for Certain Liquor Licensees (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado Liquor Code to ensure that no license provided under Article 3, Title 44 C.R.S. is to be issued or held by any person, corporation, partnership, association, or company until fees have been paid, the individuals have submitted fingerprints for criminal background checks, and a criminal history record check reveals that the person or members of the entity are of “good moral character"

Proponents: Anthony Mitchel Ryerson III, Paul Baryames 

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 11:30 a.m.

#135:

Local Approval Requirement for Expanded Liquor License (statutory)

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to add requirements for license conversion, modification, or change. The local licensing authority would be required to make findings that the license meets the needs and desires of the neighborhood and that no premises may be within 1,500 feet of any public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school, daycare, church, or other licensed premises. The initiative would also require approval for any renewal of an existing license category with required findings that the renewal would serve the public interest

Proponents: Omar Malik, Christopher Fine

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #95, #134, 138

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

6/7/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

Housing

#105:

New Fee Assessment on Luxury Residential Real Property (statutory)

In Process

Awaiting review and comment hearing

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to establish a Colorado Affordable Housing Fund and establish other provisions in order to consider and address affordable housing deficits in local communities

Proponents: Scott Wasserman, Javier Mabrey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #104, #106

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing scheduled for 1 p.m.

#106:

New Fee Assessment on Luxury Residential Real Property (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to establish a Colorado Affordable Housing Fund and establish other provisions in order to consider and address affordable housing deficits in local communities

Proponents: Scott Wasserman, Javier Mabre

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #104, #105

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

#108:

Dedicated State Income Tax Revenue for Affordable Housing (statutory)

On Ballot

On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to create a statewide affordable housing fund consisting of all state revenue pursuant to Article 22, on one-tenth of one percent of federal taxable income

Participants: Vilan Odekar, Luke Teater

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/24/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/7/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board made a technical correction to the text of the initiative

5/13/22:
Petition format approved

8/4/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

8/19/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

Environmental

#131:

Financial Assurance for Oil and Gas Operators (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Revised Statute 34-60-106 by providing that oil and gas operators be required to provide financial assurance sufficient to cover future closure, remediation, and restoration of oil and gas wells

Proponents: Matthew Mansfield, Sean Niehoff

Election Year: 2022

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Hearing scheduled

Withdrawn

#132:

Consumer Choice in Energy (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to prohibit the state or any political subdivision from adopting an ordinance, regulation, or code that prohibits or discriminates against the connection or reconnection of an energy source for a variety of services based upon the type or source of energy to be delivered

Proponents: Keith Venable, Eduardo Balderas Martinez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #133

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

Withdrawn

#133:

Consumer Choice in Energy (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Revised Statute 29-2-116 by adding definitions to the statute, including: “consumer choice,” “energy,” “local government,” and “restricts;” Provides that the state and local governments shall allow consumer choice in energy 

Proponents: Keith Venable, Eduardo Balderas Martinez

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #132

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/21/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

Withdrawn

#136:

Colorado Independent Oil and Gas Commission (constitutional, statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by creating an Independent Oil and Gas Commission tasked with regulating oil and gas development in the state

Proponents: David Davia, Cody Davis

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #137

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/4/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/5/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

#137:

Colorado Independent Oil and Gas Commission (constitutional, statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by creating an Independent Oil and Gas Commission tasked with regulating oil and gas development in the state

Proponents: David Davia, Cody Davis

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #136

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/4/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/5/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

Alcohol

#66:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (Statutory) 

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Liquor Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer, and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers. 

Proponents: Steven Ward and Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial Text submitted to Legislative Counsel

3/03/22:
Review and Comment hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; Motion for Rehearing granted to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

4/26/22:
Court order – dismissal

#67:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (Statutory) 

In Process

Title set; on appeal before the Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer, and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers. 

Proponents: Steven Ward and Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67

Notes

2/18/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

2/28/2022:
Review and comment memo prepared by
Legislative Counsel and Office of Legislative Legal Services

3/03/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

3/16/22:
Agenda and meeting summary held; title set after staff draft amended

4/6/22:
Rehearing held; Motion for Rehearing granted to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles.

4/13/22:
Petition for review submitted

4/14/22:
Briefing order

#112:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado Liquor Code to ensure that no license provided under Article 3, Title 44 C.R.S. is to be issued or held by any person, corporation, partnership, association, or company until fees have been paid, the individuals have submitted fingerprints for criminal background checks, and a criminal history record check reveals that the person or members of the entity are of “good moral character"

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#113:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#114:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#115:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

In Process

Approved for circulation of signatures; on appeal before Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider.

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/20/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#116:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider.

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review Submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#117:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

In Process

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the Board made changes to the titles.

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#118:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#119:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#120:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court 

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#121:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

On Ballot
On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code” to allow the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles.

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/20/22:
Petition format approved

6/2/22:
Court order – affirmed

8/8/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

8/26/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#122:

Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

On Ballot
On 2022 ballot

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Liquor Code” to permit the home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles.

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/20/22:
Petition format approved

6/2/22:
Court order – affirmed

8/8/22:
Petition submitted with signatures

8/26/22:
Statement of sufficiency of signatures

#123:

Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Liquor Code” to permit the home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal  

#124:

Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Liquor Code” to permit the home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #125, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#125:

Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Liquor Code” to permit the home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service providers

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #126, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:

Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:

Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:

Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:

Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:

Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:

Briefing order

5/12/22:

Court order – dismissal  

#126:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code: to permit the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #127, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal  

#127:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the “Colorado Beer Code: to permit the sale of wine in grocery and convenience stores that are licensed to sell beer; and permit home delivery of alcohol sales made by licensed retailers through third-party home delivery service provider

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #128, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal  

#128:

Sales and Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

In Process

Title set; on appeal before Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by providing that the sale of wine is permitted in any retail establishment licensed to sell beer; and home delivery of alcohol is permitted through third-party home delivery service providers who use employees or independent contractors to make deliveries, provided the delivery person is age twenty-one or older and the delivery recipient presents a valid ID showing proof of being age twenty-one or older

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #129

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing denied

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

#129:

Sales and Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

In Process

Withdrawn; appeal dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court 

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend the Colorado State Constitution by permitting the sale of wine in any retail establishment licensed to sell beer

Proponents: Steven Ward, Levi Mendyk

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #66, #67, #112, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #124, #125, #126, #127, #128

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended; the Board determined that the proposed initiative requires the addition of language to the Colorado Constitution and a 55% vote is required to pass

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/9/22:
Briefing order

5/12/22:
Court order – dismissal

#134:

Minimum Wage for Workers in Alcohol-Related Businesses (constitutional)

Withdrawn

Withdrawn

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend Colorado Revised Statute 29-2-116 by adding definitions to the statute, including: “consumer choice,” “energy,” “local government,” and “restricts;” Provides that the state and local governments shall allow consumer choice in energy 

Proponents: Omar Malik, Christopher Fine

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #95, #135, 138

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Rehearing scheduled at 11 a.m.

Withdrawn

#135:

Local Approval Requirement for Expanded Liquor License (statutory)

Withdrawn

Expired; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme Court

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to add requirements for license conversion, modification, or change. The local licensing authority would be required to make findings that the license meets the needs and desires of the neighborhood and that no premises may be within 1,500 feet of any public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school, daycare, church, or other licensed premises. The initiative would also require approval for any renewal of an existing license category with required findings that the renewal would serve the public interest

Proponents: Omar Malik, Christopher Fine

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #95, #134, 138

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/5/22:
Petition for review submitted

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

6/7/22:
Petition format approved

8/8/22:
Signatures due

#138:

Minimum Wage for Employees of Certain alcohol-Related Businesses (statutory)

In Process

Denied title setting

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend C.R.S. 44-3-108 by providing that the minimum wage for employees of retailers that sell alcohol to be consumed of-premises, shall be no less than $20 per hour. It also prohibits any delivery service from retaining the tips of employees

Proponents: Omar Malik, Christopher Fine

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #95, #134, #135

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject.

#139:

Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (statutory)

In Process

Title set; order affirmed by Colorado Supreme 

Open Accordion with Detailed Info

seeks to amend C.R.S. 44-3-103 to allow delivery service permittees, employees or independent contractors of a delivery service permittee to transport and deliver alcohol beverages from a licensed off-premises retailer or from a licensee licensed for on-premises consumption, to a person in the state who is at least 21 years of age. The holder of a license listed to engage in these activities shall be authorized to apply for and to hold a delivery service permit as a privilege separate from its existing license. The initiative also requires that each delivery service permittee provide said employees and independent contractors with 1) accident insurance for delivery vehicles, 2) short and long-term disability, 3) health insurance, 4) unemployment insurance, and 5) fuel reimbursement

Proponents: Robert Shraeder, Joel Allen Cathey

Election Year: 2022

Related Initiatives: #96, #97, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102

Notes

3/25/22:
Initial text submitted to Legislative Counsel

4/8/22:
Review and comment hearing held (audio)

4/20/22:
Title set after staff draft amended

4/28/22:
Motion for rehearing granted only to the extent that the board made changes to the titles

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted by Fine

5/6/22:
Petition for review submitted by Ward

5/6/22:
Briefing order

5/26/22:
Court order – affirmed

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