(Note: The information below is an update to a previous client alert regarding the status of ballot initiatives with approved petition formats and current appeals before the Colorado Supreme Court.)
With the deadline to submit proposed ballot measures for the November election passing March 23, Colorado voters and policymakers can now see the full range of potential measures—and topics—that voters might see when they open their ballot later this year. In the end, 185 measures were filed, an increase of 27 over 2016 and 40 over 2014. While only a few of those will eventually make the ballot, the campaigning has already started.
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