Amendment S passed, what changes?

For most state employees, very little. Some changes will be pretty clear-cut, while others will take time and possible interpretation by the state personnel board and courts before being fully implemented. Here’s what we can say: Regarding hiring, there will now be 6 finalists for open positions, increased from the current 3. Hiring for positions [...]

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In the news: Amendment S passes

In the wake of the election, as votes are still being counted, it's clear that Amendment S has passed. Here is a roundup of the news coverage … [Read More...]

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Weekly Digest: Colorado Amendment S in the news

With only a few more days to go before the General Election on November 6, local newspapers are explaining the ballot measures and taking their stance … [Read More...]


Colorado Amendment S: where does the state employee union stand?

Last week, western Colorado's KVNF covered the ballot issues on a county and state level in a segment titled "Bringin' It Home." In it, they discussed … [Read More...]

What does Amend. S do?


A visual aid on the referred Colorado personnel measure

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