Anti-tax advocate served with subpoena

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers finally got his man.

Suthers’ spokesman Mike Saccone said today that process servers finally located anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce and served him with a subpoena after trying more than 30 times.

Denver District Court Judge Brian Whitney ruled there is evidence that Bruce flouted the law and he ordered Bruce to show up July 26 for a hearing.

Bruce has said he was never properly served.

State officials wanted Bruce to testify in an administrative case looking into who’s financing three measures on the November state ballot. The initiatives would limit the ability of local and state governments to borrow and spend money.


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