Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning the removal of the exception to the prohibition of slavery and involuntary servitude when used as punishment for persons duly convicted of a crime?
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning an exemption from property taxation for a possessory interest in real property if the actual value of the interest is less than or equal to six thousand dollars or such amount adjusted for inflation?
Shall State Taxes Be Increased $25 Billion Annually In The First Full Fiscal Year, And By Such Amounts That Are Raised Thereafter, By An Amendment To The Colorado Constitution Establishing A Health Care Payment System To Fund Health Care For All Individuals Whose Primary Residence Is In Colorado, And, In Connection Therewith, Creating A Governmental Entity Called Coloradocare To Administer The Health Care Payment System; Providing For The Governance Of Coloradocare By An Interim Appointed Board Of Trustees Until An Elected Board Of Trustees Takes Responsibility; Exempting Coloradocare From The Taxpayer’s Bill Of Rights; Assessing An Initial Tax On The Total Payroll From Employers, Payroll Income From Employees, And Nonpayroll Income At Varying Rates; Increasing These Tax Rates When Coloradocare Begins Making Health Care Payments For Beneficiaries; Capping The Total Amount Of Income Subject To Taxation; Authorizing The Board To Increase The Taxes In Specified Circumstances Upon Approval Of The Members Of Coloradocare; Requiring Coloradocare To Contract With Health Care Providers To Pay For Specific Health Care Benefits; Transferring Administration Of The Medicaid And Children’s Basic Health Programs And All Other State And Federal Health Care Funds For Colorado To Coloradocare; Transferring Responsibility To Coloradocare For Medical Care That Would Otherwise Be Paid For By Workers’ Compensation Insurance; Requiring Coloradocare To Apply For A Waiver From The Affordable Care Act To Establish A Colorado Health Care Payment System; And Suspending The Operations Of The Colorado Health Benefit Exchange And Transferring Its Resources To Coloradocare?
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution increasing the minimum wage to $9.30 per hour with annual increases of $0.90 each January 1 until it reaches $12 per hour effective January 2020, and annually adjusting it thereafter for cost-of-living increases?
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution making it more difficult to amend the Colorado constitution by requiring that any petition for a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment be signed by at least two percent of the registered electors who reside in each state senate district for the amendment to be placed on the ballot and increasing the percentage of votes needed to pass any proposed constitutional amendment from a majority to at least fifty-five percent of the votes cast, unless the proposed constitutional amendment only repeals, in whole or in part, any provision of the constitution?
Shall State Taxes Be Increased $315.7 Million Annually By An Amendment To The Colorado Constitution Increasing Tobacco Taxes, And, In Connection Therewith, Beginning January 1, 2017, Increasing Taxes On Cigarettes By 8.75 Cents Per Cigarette ($1.75 Per Pack Of 20 Cigarettes) And On Other Tobacco Products By 22 Percent Of The Manufacturer's List Price; And Allocating Specified Percentages Of The New Tobacco Tax Revenue To Health-Related Programs And Tobacco Education, Prevention, And Cessation Programs Currently Funded By Existing Constitutional Tobacco Taxes; And Also Allocating New Revenue For Tobacco-Related Health Research, Veterans' Programs, Child And Adolescent Behavioral Health, Construction And Technology Improvements For Qualified Health Providers, Educational Loan Repayment For Health Professionals In Rural And Underserved Areas, And Health Professional Training Tracks?
Shall there be a change to the Colorado revised statutes to permit any mentally capable adult Colorado resident who has a medical prognosis of death by terminal illness within six months to receive a prescription from a willing licensed physician for medication that can be self-administered to bring about death; and in connection therewith, requiring two licensed physicians to confirm the medical prognosis, that the terminally-ill patient has received information about other care and treatment options, and that the patient is making a voluntary and informed decision in requesting the medication; requiring evaluation by a licensed mental health professional if either physician believes the patient may not be mentally capable; granting immunity from civil and criminal liability and professional discipline to any person who in good faith assists in providing access to or is present when a patient self-administers the medication; and establishing criminal penalties for persons who knowingly violate statutes relating to the request for the medication?
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes recreating a presidential primary election to be held before the end of March in each presidential election year in which unaffiliated electors may vote without declaring an affiliation with a political party?
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning the process of selecting candidates representing political parties on a general election ballot, and, in connection therewith, allowing an unaffiliated elector to vote in the primary election of a political party without declaring an affiliation with that party and permitting a political party in specific circumstances to select all of its candidates by assembly or convention instead of by primary election?
Shall There Be An Extension Until June 30, 2030, Of The Aggregate 0.1 Percent Sales And Use Taxes Currently Levied And Collected By The Denver Metropolitan Scientific And Cultural Facilities District That Are Scheduled To Expire On June 30, 2018, For Assisting Scientific And Cultural Facilities Within The District, While Authorizing The District To Continue To Collect, Retain, And Spend All Revenue Generated By Such Tax In Excess Of The Limitation Provided In Article X Of Section 20 Of The Colorado Constitution And While Modifying The Rates Of The Three Individual Sales And Use Taxes Collected By The District As Follows: For Total Annual Revenues Collected By The District Up To Thirty-Eight Million Dollars, Decreasing The .0655 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .064 Percent; Increasing The .021 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .022 Percent; And Increasing The .0135 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .014 Percent; And, For Total Annual Revenues Collected By The District That Exceed Thirty-Eight Million Dollars, Decreasing The .064 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .057 Percent; Increasing The .022 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .026 Percent; And Increasing The .014 Percent Sales And Use Tax To .017 Percent?