Oct 12, 2010 6:12 PM by Greg Boyce
DENVER (AP) - Colorado voters are seeing it again: Nine constitutional amendments on the November ballot that would transform state policy on everything from bail practices to limits on government borrowing.
To help voters wade through the issues, the state has issued a 100-page-plus voter pamphlet. Early voting starts Monday. Colorado had 14 measures in 2008, and critics of the number of issues blame a low threshold for petitioning onto the ballot. Only California and Oregon typically have more ballot proposals.