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.