An undocumented immigrant from Peru, Ingrid Encalada Latorre has been fighting deportation for nine months, six of those inside a church sanctuary.
Colorado voters won't see a tax increase for roads or other transportation needs on this November's ballot, but they might see something in 2018.
The undocumented mother of two U.S. citizen children made the announcement Saturday afternoon from a park near the church she's been living in since early December.
The 2017 session of the Colorado General Assembly ended without action on a top priority of Gov. John Hickenlooper and many lawmakers.
Ingrid Encalada Latorre hopes to start a legal process to reduce her risk of deportation, but going to court carries its own dangers.
Perhaps you're aware that Colorado has the sixth-most poor or mediocre highway paving. Or you know, maybe you've just driven on some of the bad parts.
No pressure, but the answer might determine how the state funds its transportation system.