Colorado Springs Gazette Reverses Endorsement of Amendment 74

By the Gazette Editorial Board The Gazette’s editorial board erred on the side of property rights but erred nonetheless with our initial support for Amendment 74. Voters could easily make a similar mistake, so we urge readers to consider…

Denver Post Reports that Oil and Gas Money is Fueling Amendment 74

As Originally Reported by Ben Botkin The Colorado Farm Bureau and the oil and gas industry have forged a $3 million alliance this election cycle. The oil and gas industry is the financial force behind the ballot measure to change the state’s…

Colorado Politics Reports Growing Opposition to Amendment 74

As Originally Reported by Marianne Goodland That Amendment 74 — the ballot measure to require governments to compensate property owners when regulations might impact their property values — is drawing opposition from city, county and…

VAST COALITION OF LEADERS OF WHO CARE ABOUT COLORADO’S FUTURE CONDEMN AMENDMENT 74

DENVER: With the destructive potential impact of Amendment 74 becoming clear to stakeholders across Colorado, and the November election rapidly approaching, a broad  coalition of economic, environmental, consumer protection,…

DENVER MAYOR MICHAEL HANCOCK JOINS OVER 100 COLORADO ELECTED OFFICIALS OPPOSED TO AMENDMENT 74

Denver’s Mayor Michael Hancock has added his voice to a growing number of local elected officials who are opposed to Amendment 74, a ballot measure that would allow any property holder to sue over virtually any regulation, causing potentially…

Summit Daily Reports Fear of Amendment 74 jeopardizing local operations

As Originally Reported by Eli Pace Breckenridge has joined a growing list of opponents to Amendment 74, an effort to update Colorado's Constitution by requiring that owners receive "just compensation" when a government action diminishes the…

OVER 100 COLORADO ELECTED OFFICIALS OPPOSE AMENDMENT 74

Local elected officials from across Colorado have come together to oppose Amendment 74, a ballot measure that would allow any property holder to sue over virtually any regulation, causing potentially dangerous and unpredictable outcomes. Bipartisan…

Westword explains why Amendment 74 could be an expensive mess

As Originally Reported by Paige Yowell After a heated signature-gathering campaign, Amendment 74 will appear on November's ballot. The amendment would change the state constitution to require that property owners who have experienced…

GJ Daily Sentinel Opinion: Nuclear Escalation and Ballot Measures

By the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel Editorial Board Robert Oppenheimer, upon witnessing the first detonation of the weapon he invented, remarked: "I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds," quoting from Bhagavad Gita. Oppenheimer…

Boulder Daily Camera Opinion: Threat of legal free-for-all with Amendment 74

Written By Mike Foote, an attorney and representative of House District 12 Amendment 74 is one of the most dangerous ballot measures we have seen in Colorado for a long time. It claims to help property owners. In fact, it will only help…