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TABOR, a constitutional amendment Colorado voters approved in 1992, bases each year's spending on the previous year's level, plus inflation and population growth. It was suspended with a 52 percent majority of the vote.
'Things were squeezed down pretty hard during the economic downturn and most states have not restored much of anything that was cut,' said Iris Lav, deputy director of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, which focuses on policies affecting the poor. With the economy rebounding, people were saying, 'Let's not get into these rigid formulas,' Lav said.
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