Nov. 8, 2023: What’s next now that voters rejected Prop HH?; A Club Q survival story of a life forever changed

November 8, 2023
Michael Fields, with the Advance Colorado Institute, holds his new vanity plate honoring Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights as he declares Proposition HH dead, at an Election Night watch party for Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman at JJ's Place. Nov. 7, 2023.Michael Fields, with the Advance Colorado Institute, holds his new vanity plate honoring Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights as he declares Proposition HH dead, at an Election Night watch party for Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman at JJ's Place. Nov. 7, 2023.Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite
Michael Fields, with the Advance Colorado Institute, holds his new license plate honoring Colorado's Taxpayers Bill of Rights as voters reject Proposition HH.

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Nov. 8, 2023: What’s next now that voters rejected Prop HH?; A Club Q survival story of a life forever changed

A complicated measure designed, at least in part, to tamp down property taxes, failed at the ballot box. Now that voters rejected Prop HH, what comes next? Then, John Arcediano survived the attack on Club Q, but his life has forever been changed. And later, a chance to see a relic from the USS Arizona in memory of the Coloradans killed at Pearl Harbor.