Colorado voters reject road, school revenue plan Proposition CC

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DENVER (AP) - Colorado voters have rejected a ballot measure asking if the state could keep tax revenue that otherwise would be refunded under limits set by the state constitution.

Democrats who control the statehouse had referred the measure, called Proposition CC, to Tuesday's ballot.

Proposition CC asked if the state could keep revenue in those years when it has a surplus and is required to return that money to taxpayers.

The revenue would have been allocated to transportation and transit, K-12 schools and higher education.

Voters also are deciding whether to legalize sports betting in Colorado.