Amendment 66 will not exhaust the resources of Coloradans, even as it brings in an additional $950 million in revenue dedicated to public education. Colorado will remain well below the national average in state and local tax collection. Furthermore, investing $950 million in education is expected to strengthen and grow the economy, not slow it.
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