"To watch the legislature scurry around, I'm just astounded by what I saw and what I hear happened," Slough says. "They didn't have to get involved in this...the Supreme Court had made its decision.
"The basic issue in the case is very significant. Since the State of Colorado has so much publicly owned land, all these interests around the state could generate a lot of tax monies for various counties and school districts. I would think everyone would be happy about it, except those special interests getting these tax breaks."