By John Hazlehurst Colorado Springs Business Journal
May 15th, 2010
Three of the voter initiatives that will appear on the November ballot sure sound attractive.
Among other things, they promise to lower state income taxes, eliminate vehicle-registration fees, require government-owned authorities to start paying property taxes and forbid the state from assuming debt of any kind.
The marquee supporting Proposition 101 sits next to Interstate 25, but it's a little hard to read driving by at 75 mph. If the citizen-initiated ballot measure passes in November, speeds that high may eventually become a thing of the past as the state fund for highway maintenance dwindles to pocket change.