You could change Colorado's school funding woes in November
Kelly Ragan, Fort Collins Coloradoan
Colorado voters will most likely have the chance to decide whether to increase public school funding come November.
After a statewide push, proponents of the Great Schools, Thriving Communities ballot measure, or Initiative 93, announced Wednesday that they collected enough signatures to get the proposal on the November ballot.
Poudre School District school board member Cathy Kipp said proponents delivered more than 170,000 signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office Wednesday — more than the required 100,000 signatures.