In the 50 years since the Kennedy assassination, Texas has become bigger, richer and more influential politically. Its economic model has not made everyone winners, but it's been attractive enough to draw millions of newcomers.
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After a statewide ballot measure to raise money for schools failed, some critics said Coloradans prefer to raise taxes locally. But a review of elections in school districts that tried to raise local property taxes shows those weren’t popular either.
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The ideas behind Amendment 66 have been publicly debated for nearly three years, but many Coloradans know nothing about it. CPR asked a dozen people on the streets if they’d heard of it, and few had. It's not surprising, since the bill that led to the measure is about 180 pages long.