<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Vote 2013]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: No endorsement for Thompson School Director District F]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: No on Boulder Ballot Question 310]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Ward for Thompson School District R2-J]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Marchman for Thompson School District R2-J]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Yes on Lyons Regional Library District Issue 4C]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Yes on Nederland EcoPass Public Improvement District Issue 5D]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Yes on Amendment 66 and Proposition AA]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Boulder City Council candidates]]> <![CDATA[Boulder City Council candidate questions and answers Part 2]]> <![CDATA[Pot taxes a sticky issue]]> When Colorado voters approved the marijuana-legalizing Amendment 64 last year, they also granted permission to the legislature to enact an excise tax of up to 15 percent on all wholesale marijuana purchases. The first $40 million collected from such a tax would, each year, go to a fund dedicated to public school construction, and any additional taxes raised would go to enforcement agencies.]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Boulder County Subdivision Paving Public Improvement District Issue 5C]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Longmont City Council At Large]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: No on Lafayette Ballot Question 2A]]> <![CDATA[Lafayette City Council candidate questions and answers]]> <![CDATA[Louisville City Council candidate questions and answers]]> <![CDATA[Longmont City Council and mayoral candidate questions and answers]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Yes on Longmont Ballot Question 2B]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Yes on Lafayette Ballot Issue 301]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Coombs for Longmont Mayor]]> <![CDATA[Election Guide 2013: Longmont City Council Ward 2]]>