Synopses & Reviews
In 1992, Colorado voters passed an amendment to the state constitution that was placed on the ballot by a citizen-led petition. The measure, known as the Taxpayers? Bill of Rights, or TABOR, had many components to limit the growth of state and local government. Today, similar measures are being considered across the nation, begging the issues of not only state budgets in the future, but the nature of regulation government.
An examination of the consequences of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights in Colorado.
About the Author
Bradley J. Young was born in Lamar, Colorado, in 1953 and grew up working on his family's farm. He received a BS and MS from Colorado State University in agricultural engineering.