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Ballot initiative eyed on Colorado illegals

DENVER -- Coloradans fed up with what they call an "invasion" of their state say they will push for a ballot initiative after a legislative panel killed a bill that would have denied state services to illegal immigrants.
A House legislative committee defeated the bill 6-5 Tuesday in a straight party-line vote, with the Democrats voting against the proposal and the Republicans voting for it.
Undeterred, bill sponsor Republican Rep. David Schultheis said he would try another tactic: submitting the same proposal in the form of a concurrent resolution which, if passed by both legislative houses, would put the proposal before the voters in the form of a ballot referendum.


seems to me the democrats want the illegals??

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Would this work?

Our nation was founded by and for white men, so I say deport everyone else!

Except my gardeners & driver... and women... and... -

R.Rinkle

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Does the voting

polarization surprise you? Not me.

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