With attempted recalls of elected officials continuing to sweep across Colorado, interest in reforming the state's system for ousting people from elected office is growing and early ideas are being debated for possible legislation to be introduced during the 2020 lawmaking term.
The push for change — which may have to be approved by voters — is coming from both sides of the aisle.
Former political rivals Republican state Sen. Jack Tate and Democratic state Rep. Tom Sullivan, both of Centennial, who ran against each other in 2016, are separately leading the calls for reform.
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