Colorado Mountain College president Stan Jensen said last week that passage of Proposition 101 and Amendments 60 and 61 in November could cause a large increase in tuition and delay the school’s plans for a new four-year degree ­program.

Jensen outlined the anti-tax measures’ possible impact on the community college’s district at the monthly board meeting. Trustees adopted a resolution opposing the proposals at the June meeting.

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