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Initiative 66: What It Is, Where It Stands, and How to Stop It

A proposed statewide initiative would impose a strict 1% residential growth limit on ten Front Range counties—Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer, and Weld—beginning in 2019. Industry experts predict that if Initiative 66 passes, the resulting decrease in housing supply would be disastrous to Colorado’s economy and exacerbate the area’s housing shortage and affordability crises.
Rocky Mountain Real Estate Blog

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Save Cheyenne v. City of Colorado Springs: What, if anything, has changed about the power of home rule municipalities in Colorado to alienate public park land?

The Colorado Court of Appeals recently upheld a land exchange between the City of Colorado Springs and the Broadmoor Hotel. The court’s decision in Save Cheyenne v. City of Colorado Springs affirms the broad power of home‑rule municipalities to “purchase, receive, hold and enjoy or sell and dispose of” property according to the dictates of... Continue Reading...

Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog

Regulatory, best practices, and other First Amendment news.

District Court Strikes Down New York City Ban on Advertising in Rideshare Vehicles

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York recently declared unconstitutional New York City’s ban on advertising in vehicles other than exempted taxis.  Under the city’s program, medallion and certain other taxis could display advertising, including seat-back television content and advertising, but other for-hire vehicles (“FHVs”), like those used for Lyft and... Continue Reading...

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