The Colorado Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of two 527 groups – the Senate Majority Fund and the Colorado Leadership Fund – that had paid for ads supporting Republicans in the 2008 election.
You've heard these kinds of ads on radio and TV. We're told that Sen. John Doe was perfectly right or terribly wrong in supporting or opposing something, and that we should contact Sen. Doe and express our approval or disapproval.
The Bell Policy Center brought out a video Friday explaining what the "Bad Three" tax-slashing proposed constitutional amendments would mean for Colorado and urging citizens to vote them down in November. The progressive organization argues that the initiatives – Amendments 60 and 61 and proposition 101 – would effectively impoverish the state and force the elimination of essential services. That assessment is shared by most all of the major candidates for office and by lawmakers on all sides of the political spectrum.
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