Let’s not forget, though, that there are sometimes very important referendum battles at the state (or even local) level.
- In 2019, I was very pleased when Colorado voters upheld their state’s TABOR spending cap.
- In 2018, I was quite disappointed when Arizona voters sided with teacher unions against school choice.
- In 2016, I was delighted by the landslide vote against single-payer health care in Colorado.
- In 2014, I was definitely happy that Tennessee voters barred any consideration of a state income tax.
- In 2012, I was dismayed – but not surprised – that California voters embraced class-warfare taxation.
- In 2010, I was ecstatic that voters in the state of Washington rejected an income tax.
This year, the most important referendum will be in Illinois…
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