A visual aid on the referred Colorado personnel measure

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House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 1001 is headed to the November 2012 ballot where it will appear as a referendum question (most likely Amendment “S”). The measure’s proposed changes to Colorado’s classified personnel system may seem confusing to the casual observer with alterations in the hiring and promotion process to the makeup of the State Personnel Board.

Read more about how this set of changes will affect the classified system here or check out the infographic below for a visual breakdown of the changes. Click on the image to see it full size.

Now that you’re a little clearer about what this measure does, make sure to leave your comments and opinions below.

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  1. Diane Parker says:

    Regarding Amendment S, While I wholly support our military veterans, I’m not sure I like the fact that Veteran’s have a preference, as many Coloradans are in need of employment as well. And the way it is worded it looks like Veterans could re-locate to Colorado to work for our state. This doesn’t seem fair to the unemployed citizens that already reside here. I’d like to know how and why the authors of this amendment chose to include this provision. Also, will the number of Board Members including the two appointees be more or less?

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