Thursday, October 14, 2010

Colorado Amendment Q – The 'what if Denver’s destroyed?' measure

The state legislature has come up with a backup plan in the unlikely event of an emergency that precludes them from meeting in Denver—and now lawmakers need the approval of Colorado voters in next month’s election to authorize the plan.

Appearing as Amendment Q on the November ballot, the measure allows the governor to designate a temporary meeting place for the legislature other than Denver, the constitutionally required location. It also defines what would constitute an emergency.

Former Sen. Paula Sandoval, D-Denver, headed the committee and sponsored the referred measure, House Concurrent Resolution 1004, which garnered the two-thirds vote necessary for the legislature to place an item on the ballot this past session.   More -

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