The search goes on for answers to inequality in Colorado's schools 

Greater than, less than

Amendment 66 was more than a tax. Certainly, the ballot issue that voters soundly rejected in November would have raised nearly $1 billion annually for Colorado's schools. But it was also tied to Senate Bill 213, legislation that — had voters approved…

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