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Proposition 110

Proposition 110
Proposition 110

Coloradans keep rejecting statewide tax questions to fund transportation. Democrats are now eyeing a regional approach.

“If the same ideological opposition gathers to any new transportation revenue, we’re running out of ways to tell local communities they can’t act on their own,” said state Rep. Matt Gray, a Broomfield Democrat

Transportation

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Gov. Jared Polis also says he wants to work with the legislature to find a sustainable solution for transportation funding, which could mean some form of a tax increase. One option is to take a regional approach as opposed to a statewide one.

Politics and Government

Opinion: Congestion is killing Colorado, and Proposition 110 is urgently needed

Opinion Columns

Fact check: What’s true (and what’s not) about 2018 Colorado ballot measures

A look at the claims in TV ads about oil and gas setbacks and transportation spending

Politics and Government

Opinion: Traffic will only get worse if voters approve Proposition 110

Opinion Columns

Colorado Propositions 109 and 110 are all about how to pay for roads. They’re also about everything else.

The two options in front of voters can't even agree what the future of Colorado's transportation looks like, let alone how to fund it

Transportation

Jared Polis maintains lead in new poll, but Democratic enthusiasm is what to watch

Democratic voters are more interested in the midterms than Republicans, and it could have impacts down the ballot

Politics and Government