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Jonathan Lockwood
Communications Director
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Coloradans want substantive outcome-driven reforms

DENVER (November 5, 2013)—Compass Colorado, a coalition member of Coloradans for Real Education Reform, responded to the defeat of Amendment 66:

“Colorado families spoke loud and clear,” said Kelly Maher, executive director of Compass Colorado. “We need substantive outcome-driven reforms to the educational system before we ask families and small businesses to foot a major tax bill. Governor Hickenlooper has continued his march leftward, and Coloradans have clearly told him today that he’s lost his ‘moderate’ status.

“The proponents spent well in excess of $10 million to market this tax increase to Coloradans and the stunning margins of failure show that never has so much been spent by so few to accomplish so little.”

December 5th, 2013|All|