There’s just one statewide measure on the November ballot. It’s Proposition 103. And it aims to raise $3 billion for public schools. It does that by raising the state income and state sales taxes to what they were in 1999. State Sen. Rollie Heath, a Democrat, is the driving force behind Prop 103. Penn Pfiffner is a critic. He’s a former Republican state lawmaker and is now a senior fellow at the Independence Institute. Pfiffner also chairs the opposition group, Too Taxing For Colorado.  Ryan Warner speaks with them both about Proposition 103.

Yes on Proposition 103

No on Proposition 103