James Borgel Discusses Growth-Limiting Initiative Targeting Colorado's 2020 Ballot

Law Week Colorado

James Borgel is quoted in a Law Week Colorado article titled "Growth-Limiting Initiative Targets 2020 Ballot," published October 7, 2019. 

Colorado voters in 2020 will likely be asked whether to put a housing cap on Front Range development.

The state Title Board on Oct. 2 approved language for a 2020 ballot measure that would impose growth limits on new private residential housing for at least two years in some of Colorado’s fastest-growing cities. While the measure hasn’t been approved for circulation yet, proponents and opponents alike predict it will reach that stage and gain the signatures needed to be on the ballot. The issue is bringing together two regional concerns: growth vs. cost of living.

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