Has Colorado moved to the socially liberal position on more than just gay rights and marijuana? Does
Colorado’s passing pot legalization after a previous rejection mean they are ready for more gaming? Colorado has rejected expanding gaming to more cities and towns repeatedly since it was first authorized in three towns in 1990 (expansion of betting limits passed in 2008).
Voters said no overwhelmingly in 2003 to a proposed expansion of video games to race tracks, with the proceeds going to parks, open space and tourism promotion.
Ten million dollars was spent mostly for and against the initiative.
Has there been a major change in public attitudes toward expanded gaming?