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Sparring over Ref C heats up
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Sparring over Ref C heats up

BY Lynn Bartels

Supporters of Referendum C charged Monday that two conservative groups opposed to the ballot measure have broken state law by failing to disclose their campaign donors and expenses. Ref C supporters filed complaints with the secretary of state against Colorado FreedomWorks and the Colorado Club for Growth, both of which are state affiliates of national groups. "Why are these groups keeping their donations a secret?" said Katy Atkinson, spokeswoman for "Vote Yes on C&D." "It's because they don't want Coloradans to know that their donors are from out of state."

08/23/2005
National tax foes to assemble for big fight
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National tax foes to assemble for big fight

BY Jim Tankersley

America's anti-tax activists plan a Colorado crusade this summer and fall, turning a debate on the state's budget woes into a national battle over limited government. Groups such as Americans for Tax Reform, the Reason Foundation and Freedom Works call Referendum C, the budget-balancing plan legislators sent to voters this week, a $3.1 billion tax increase on Coloradans. But many in the ranks say it's more - an attempt to effectively and symbolically gut their "gold standard," their "Holy Grail": the state Taxpayer's Bill of Rights.

04/23/2005
Little room for dissent at president's forum
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Little room for dissent at president's forum

BY Ann Imse

A few people who didn't support President Bush's Social Security reform plan snuck into his town hall meeting on Monday. But they didn't last long. "We went in and sat down, and a half-hour later we were escorted out," said Alex Young, 25, who is involved in an anti-Bush group known as the Denver Progressives. The group has a Web site and has protested Bush appearances in the past.

03/22/2005

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