Learn about ballot measures Wednesday
EDWARDS — The Women’s Foundation of Colorado will host a session Wednesday by The Bell Policy Center. People from the center discuss the nine measures that will be on the Colorado ballot this fall.
Bell Policy Center President Scott Wasserman and policy director Rich Jones will present both sides of each measure and explain their impacts on Colorado’s future.
The session begins Wednesday at noon at the Colorado Mountain College auditorium. Lunch is available for purchase in the cafe, Jasmine’s Home Cooking, adjacent to the auditorium. The average cost is $6 to $10. You are also welcome to bring your own lunch.
Send RSVPs to Lisa Pease, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-471-3396 by Monday.
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