Colorado “Republicans” come out against tax-slashing measures

By Tim Hoover
The Denver Post

State Sen. Greg Brophy sees himself as being as fiscally conservative as Republicans come.

But Brophy, R-Wray, says he can’t get behind Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 — three initiatives on the November ballot that would slash billions in state and local taxes.

“I consider myself an advocate of limited government,” he said, “and these could very well go beyond where I’m comfortable.”

For Colorado Republicans, who have long called for limited government and decreased spending, the three tax-slashing measures are posing a hard question: When it comes to reducing the size of government, how small is too small?

According to a recent report by legislative analysts, if all three of the measures…

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