Well, I'm 100% opposed to C & D. What they want to do is reject TABOR, or the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Basically, they say there isn't a tax increase, but that's a load. TABOR guaranteed that the budget would only increase by a certain % each year, and they couldn't go above that. Any taxes collected in excess of that were returned to the citizens (including low income - everyone got the same amount back, no matter how much or how little they paid in taxes). There is no clause in C & D that allows for TABOR ever being reinstated, regardless of how the economy goes. It IS a tax increase and a big one at that!
And no, TABOR never took away anything from Public Education. That's a load too. Funding the burocracy took precident over funding the schools, but putting more money into the burocracy isn't going to fix that problem.