DALLAS -- In what may be a watershed year for Colorado politics, voters this fall will consider a record number of ballot initiatives that would do everything from limit the growth of government to restrict bear hunting.

As many as 50 different proposals are headed toward the Tuesday deadline. By then, sponsors must file at least 49,279 valid signatures with the secretary of state to secure a place on the November ballot.

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