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JPM0003 State Senate President Joan Fitz-Gerald, left, shares a laugh with Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, both supporters of state Referendums C & D gather to watch election results in downtown Denver on Election Day, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2005. Referendum C would let the state keep an estimated $3.7 billion over five years that would otherwise be refunded to taxpayers under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, the constitutional amendment generally considered the nation's strictest cap on government spending. Referendum D would allow the state to borrow up to $2.1 billion for roads, school maintenance, pensions and other projects. Referendum D requires the approval of Referendum C. (JOE MAHONEY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) *** Names:john hickenlooper, joan fitz-gerald *** definitions of referendums: RMN web site

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