If proposition 89 lands on the ballot and passes a statewide vote in the general election on November 4, companies who want to establish operations in Colorado will face a variety of differing rules and a new level of  political risk when committing capital in the state.

In a post-89 world, environmental regulations may be imposed by local communities around the state, and if a town’s regulations are more stringent than those at the state level, the local rules will trump those of the state.

Language in the proposed amendment 89 reads as foll...

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