Lone Tree Voice: Douglas County’s superintendent is rebutting language published in the “TABOR book” that is meant to help voters weigh the pros and cons of tax issues on the ballot in the upcoming election.
“The comments are to be printed as they are, they are not fact-checked and there’s no process (for fact-checking),” Douglas County School District Superintendent Erin Kane said. “I was astounded when I learned that.”
Kane made those remarks on Oct. 11 at the county school board meeting in reference to what’s called the TABOR book, which addresses county and district tax measures before voters. It contains summaries of for-and-against positions. The guide also includes a warning that the information in it is not verified or checked for accuracy or truth.
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