Monday, April 29, 2013
At some point in the last year or so, you expressed interest in being informed about the effort to create a public bank for the State of Colorado.
This is a link to a short summary of our efforts.
This is a link to the text of the current initiative, which will be reviewed by the Title Board this Wednesday, May 1st, at 9:30 AM, at the Secretary of State’s office, 1700 Broadway, 3rd Floor, Aspen Conference Room, Denver, Colorado.
This is a link to the text of the current initiative, with commentary.
This is a link to today’s post, which provides some background on the current monetary system of the United States and why a public banking system is needed.
Please feel free to email me with your ideas and comments.
Colorado Public Banking
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