Not the Denver Post. In a Sunday editorial, the paper criticizes the proposition’s revenue allocation as “fatally flawed” and the override’s permanent aspect making it impossible to correct.
The Post, of course, does not like TABOR and believes more money is needed for education and transportation, but Proposition CC will:
- Exasperate K-12 educator inequalities
- Create a lobbyist windfall for higher education funding
- And leave transportation allocation undefined
Drafters knew the permanent aspect was an overreach. We shall see if they can sell it. The Denver Post said “no.”