On November 6, Denver will decide whether or not to pass Ordinance 302, aka the Healthy Food for Denver Kids initiative, which would provide meals as well as cooking, gardening, and nutrition classes to low-income children.
The Democratic candidate for governor has spent his career disrupting the status quo—both in business and politics. Now, he hopes his progressive ideas will win him the state’s highest position, and give him the opportunity to change the course of Colorado history.
The proposed change to the Colorado Constitution would require private property owners to be compensated when a law or regulation reduces the market value of their property. If passed, it would make Colorado’s property law the most extreme in the nation.