FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN - When Coloradans vote in November — or October, if we return ballots early — we'll weigh in primarily on people and ideas.
But all those yeses and noes will also have real and fast effects on something that's always at the top of mind: Our wallets. Outside of the billions in tax revenue sought to establish the nation's first single-payer health-care system, the multiple proposals on the ballot would add more than $700 million in tax-supported revenue for statewide, countywide and regional taxing districts.
Here’s a look at how the various measures would ultimately slice into Fort Collins residents' spending power, along with what voters would get in return.
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