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Colorado
Secretary of State
Wayne W. Williams

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Colorado
Secretary of State
Wayne W. Williams

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Results for Proposed Initiative #110

Ballot Title Setting Board
2017-2018

The title as designated and fixed by the Board is as follows:

An amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning government taking of private property and, in connection therewith, declaring that property is damaged when a government law or regulation reduces the fair market value of the property by prohibiting or restricting uses that were allowed at the time the owner acquired title to the property, and requiring the compensation for the damage to equal the difference in the market value before and after the effective date of the law or regulation.

The ballot title and submission clause as designated and fixed by the Board is as follows:

Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning government taking of private property and, in connection therewith, declaring that property is damaged when a government law or regulation reduces the fair market value of the property by prohibiting or restricting uses that were allowed at the time the owner acquired title to the property, and requiring the compensation for the damage to equal the difference in the market value before and after the effective date of the law or regulation?

Hearing February 7, 2018

Single subject approved.
The Board determined that the proposed initiative does not only repeal in whole or in part a provision of the state constitution. The requirement for approval by fifty-five percent of the votes cast applies to this initiative.
Staff draft amended; titles set.
Hearing adjourned 2:20 PM.

Rehearing February 21, 2018

Motion for Rehearing denied in all respects.
Hearing adjourned 1:59 PM.

* Unofficially captioned “Just Compensation for Damage Due to Government Law or Regulation” by legislative staff for tracking purposes. This caption is not part of the titles set by the Board.