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The Oklahoman
High school sports: College signing list(Alabama) Jaron James, Mannford (OBU) Zeke Jenkins, Edmond Santa Fe (SE Louis
High school sports: College signing list
The Oklahoman / Posted 17 hours ago
(Alabama) Jaron James, Mannford (OBU) Zeke Jenkins, Edmond Santa Fe (SE Louisiana) Beau Jinkens, Kingfisher (OPSU) Tabor Johns, Hennessey (SWOSU) Juan Johnson, Edmond Santa Fe (Arkansas Tech) Juwan Johnson, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Larry... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Saturday's Area ResultsGorman 2, Duncan Sutherland, Anthony Smith; NIP Cam Dunning. National Prep Sch
Saturday's Area Results
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
Gorman 2, Duncan Sutherland, Anthony Smith; NIP Cam Dunning. National Prep School InvitationalAt Rhode Island CollegeBill Crothers Secondary School 57, Worcester Academy 52 Groton-Dunstable 50, Westboro 29Westboro (4-10)Haley Brown 2 2 6,... Read more
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Denver Post
Full-day kindergarten in Colorado debated at Capitolwas sent by the Republican-controlled Senate not to the education committee but
Full-day kindergarten in Colorado debated at Capitol
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
was sent by the Republican-controlled Senate not to the education committee but to the so-called "kill committee" where bills regularly go to die. Eleven states and Washington, D.C., require school districts to provide publicly funded full-day... Read more
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Daily Record
Upcoming events in Morris Countywww.keanstage.com. FOOD/DRINK A TASTE OF NEW ORLEANS: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb.
Upcoming events in Morris County
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
www.keanstage.com. FOOD/DRINK A TASTE OF NEW ORLEANS: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8. Wild Basil Cafe and Pizza, 981 Tabor Road, Morris Plains. Join Chef Dorant on Mardi Gras at Wild Basil for a special tasting menu: "A Taste of New Orleans"... Read more
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Boston Herald
Olympic champion coach Jack Riley dies at age 95would Jack get upset when people talked about the 1980 team. It would send him
Olympic champion coach Jack Riley dies at age 95
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
would Jack get upset when people talked about the 1980 team. It would send him up a tree,’’ said former Harvard coach Bill Cleary, a star player on the 1960 U.S. squad. “Jack would always say, ‘We beat the Canadians. They didn’t beat them.... Read more
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The Wanderer
Girls’ Track Runs to Undefeated SeasonCindy and Bill Tilden’s Girls’ Track team captured their sixth straight SCC Cha
Girls’ Track Runs to Undefeated Season
The Wanderer / Posted 6 days ago
Cindy and Bill Tilden’s Girls’ Track team captured their sixth straight SCC Championship as they knocked off Dighton-Rehoboth and Fairhaven on Wednesday night to finish their regular season 9-0. Boys’ Track lost to D-R but wound up 8-1 for the year,... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
How Colowyo's Collom expansion relates to Moffat County's economyin Moffat County means all the relevant taxes benefit Moffat County. But when
How Colowyo's Collom expansion relates to Moffat County's economy
Craig Daily Press / Posted 8 days ago
in Moffat County means all the relevant taxes benefit Moffat County. But when taking into account the Colorado Taxpayer Bill of Rights, enough new economic activity could push the county past its tax-collection threshold. The TABOR threshold is... Read more
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Bluffton Today
Owner seeks redevelopment of Hilton Head National Golf ClubRoad’s intersections with Bluffton Parkway and U.S. 278 could have on their nei
Owner seeks redevelopment of Hilton Head National Golf Club
Bluffton Today / Posted 9 days ago
Road’s intersections with Bluffton Parkway and U.S. 278 could have on their neighborhoods. Scratch Golf LLC president Bill Palmer and his project team have not submitted a formal development plan to the county because they first want to have... Read more
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Mount Shasta Area Newspapers
Planning Commission suggests regulation, instead of prohibition2 of 3 - Pardee pointed out that “the state is pushing back to remove the deadl
Planning Commission suggests regulation, instead of prohibition
Mount Shasta Area Newspapers / Posted 11 days ago
2 of 3 - Pardee pointed out that “the state is pushing back to remove the deadline,” referring to Assemblymember Jim Wood’s bill AB 21 to remove the March 1 deadline from the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act.The bill was approved by the... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Sit-lie ordinance, abortion, right to die, and moreand in writing. 4. Exceptions for rallies and parades need to be specifically
Sit-lie ordinance, abortion, right to die, and more
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 11 days ago
and in writing. 4. Exceptions for rallies and parades need to be specifically guaranteed. It has been some 30 years since Bill Hochman, Dean Tollefson and others gave birth to the local ACLU chapter, a bulwark for our constitutional rights and... Read more
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Island Packet
Guscio: Frank Hodge's retirement a grand affair, with a surprise guestJoanie Heyward; Lisa and John Sulka; new town manager Marc Orlando and lovely w
Guscio: Frank Hodge's retirement a grand affair, with a surprise guest
Island Packet / Posted 11 days ago
Joanie Heyward; Lisa and John Sulka; new town manager Marc Orlando and lovely wife, Jaclyn; Bess and Mike Soper; Liza and Bill McCracken; Ann and Monty Laffitte; Sandy and Tommy Rhodes; Agnes Pinckney and Virginia Dean -- two Pinckney Colony... Read more
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New York Magazine
NYMag Survey: Republican Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’on Carly, and you don't see that there are women that are conservatives that ca
NYMag Survey: Republican Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’
New York Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
on Carly, and you don't see that there are women that are conservatives that can do the job, too." Photo: Benedict Evans Bill Reimer, 74, retired pharmacistFrom: Elkader, Iowa Supporting: Rubio "Bureaucracy has gotten way out of hand. I used to... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Extra day to pay property tax billbe turned over to a delinquent tax attorney and charged an additional 15 percen
Extra day to pay property tax bill
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
be turned over to a delinquent tax attorney and charged an additional 15 percent to 20 percent payment of the total tax bill. Personal property and mobile home taxes left unpaid by April 1 will also face the same consequences. There are options... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitolconsensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitol
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
consensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state budget crunch. Half of Colorado's $1.28 billion transportation budget is spent on maintaining existing roads, according to state officials, which leaves little room... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitolconsensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitol
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
consensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state budget crunch. Half of Colorado's $1.28 billion transportation budget is spent on maintaining existing roads, according to state officials, which leaves little room... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Honoring TABOR and meeting needs “However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.
Honoring TABOR and meeting needs
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” — Winston Churchill That’s what those of us in a meeting room at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce were doing last Saturday afternoon... Read more
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Denver Post
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitolconsensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state
Colorado's road problems collide at Capitol
Denver Post / Posted 12 days ago
consensus on how to find more money — an impasse that is complicated by a state budget crunch. Half of Colorado's $1.28 billion transportation budget is spent on maintaining existing roads, according to state officials, which leaves little room... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
House panel expands access to nursing scholarship, technical program aidA House budget committee approved a bill Monday extending Kansas’ nursing schol
House panel expands access to nursing scholarship, technical program aid
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
A House budget committee approved a bill Monday extending Kansas’ nursing scholarship program to five private colleges and endorsed legislation making Johnson County Community College eligible for state subsidies for technical education. Under House... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Sun could fuel schoolmiddle school. In exchange for a partnership with an energy provider, the distr
Sun could fuel school
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
middle school. In exchange for a partnership with an energy provider, the district hopes to see reductions in its energy bill. The district plans to build a $48.2 million middle school along FM720 between Martop and McCormick roads in Oak Point.... Read more
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The Wanderer
Tabor to Return With Backstop Safety PlanThe Marion Zoning Board of Appeals on January 14 told the folks at Tabor Academ
Tabor to Return With Backstop Safety Plan
The Wanderer / Posted 16 days ago
The Marion Zoning Board of Appeals on January 14 told the folks at Tabor Academy to come back again, and next time bring with them an actual safety plan that Tabor would like to propose as it starts a new path towards keeping its unpermitted... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Fort Morgan City Manager: 'Fiscally sound' citythat means for the city and the benefits of having de-Bruced to retain revenues
Fort Morgan City Manager: 'Fiscally sound' city
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 16 days ago
that means for the city and the benefits of having de-Bruced to retain revenues instead of refunding them as the Taxpayers Bill of Rights would have otherwise required. "Most communities have a rainy day fund limited by TABOR of 3 percent," Wells... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Tributes for Jan. 21RSVP with her husband, Gordon. Survivors include her children, Rick (Debbie) C
Tributes for Jan. 21
Greeley Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
RSVP with her husband, Gordon. Survivors include her children, Rick (Debbie) Cook of Aiken, S.C., Barry Cook, Becky (Bill) Selby all of Milliken, Brenda (Todd) Frauenhoff of Lakewood; six grandchildren, KC (Laura) Cook, Sama (Jason) Tufts,... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County property taxes remain low for nowWhen Weld County residents get their property tax bill in the mail this month,
Weld County property taxes remain low for now
Greeley Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
When Weld County residents get their property tax bill in the mail this month, they won’t see much of a surprise. Just like last year, Weld officials set the mill levy at 15.8 mills, so county tax bills this year should stay the same as last year,... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Legislature can’t afford to devolve into pandering, partisan politics and name callare a lot of people running for office,” said Rep. Perry Buck, R-Windsor, House
Legislature can’t afford to devolve into pandering, partisan politics and name call
Greeley Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
are a lot of people running for office,” said Rep. Perry Buck, R-Windsor, House minority whip. “Some people might use a bill to further their political careers.” Though not unexpected, it would be disappointing if that happens. There are too... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Gone to the weedslaws such as national marijuana prohibition, the Gallagher Amendment to the sta
Gone to the weeds
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 17 days ago
laws such as national marijuana prohibition, the Gallagher Amendment to the state constitution and Doug Bruce's TABOR amendment. But someone has to write these damn laws. So why not me? In properly turgid bureaucratese, here's a... Read more
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Denver Post
An unlawful swipe at TABOR on hospital provider "enterprise"are collected at a pace faster than growth in population and inflation. When go
An unlawful swipe at TABOR on hospital provider "enterprise"
Denver Post / Posted 18 days ago
are collected at a pace faster than growth in population and inflation. When government over-collects taxes, the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) forces it to return the surplus to taxpayers. If the hospital provider program's costs are no longer... Read more
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The Advocate
Congrats, LSU grads! See names of 1,700-plus fall 2015 graduatesBrett Abadie; Dalya Taylor Adams; Jonathan A. Amy; Michael Wade Barnett, II; Mi
Congrats, LSU grads! See names of 1,700-plus fall 2015 graduates
The Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
Brett Abadie; Dalya Taylor Adams; Jonathan A. Amy; Michael Wade Barnett, II; Miles Oliver Bergeron; Spencer Keen Billings; Aaron Claude Brown III; Dylan Keito Brown; Christopher R. Bryant; Kevin Frank Caire, Jr.; Kelley Morgan Calandro;... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Budget will be focus of this year's legislative sessionstate's budget, which he believes will have to be cut in 2016-17, changes to a
Budget will be focus of this year's legislative session
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 19 days ago
state's budget, which he believes will have to be cut in 2016-17, changes to a hospital provider fee that could free up $1 billion over five years for transportation and education, and reforms to a state construction defects law that developers say... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Mildred BallewCenter in Winston-Salem. A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Davi
Mildred Ballew
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 20 days ago
Center in Winston-Salem. A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Davidson Funeral Home Chapel by the Revs. Bill Wooten and Marvin Carson. Burial will follow at Forest Hill Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at Davidson... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Aspen School District begins year looking for new revenue sourcesmake up financial ground despite Colorado’s healthy economy. That’s due in part
Aspen School District begins year looking for new revenue sources
Aspen Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
make up financial ground despite Colorado’s healthy economy. That’s due in part to a double whammy: The Colorado Taxpayers Bill of Rights (TABOR), which requires that refunds be given to taxpayers when revenues exceed state expenses, and a... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Hickenlooper calls for compromisestate's budget, which he believes will have to be cut in 2016-17, changes to a
Hickenlooper calls for compromise
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
state's budget, which he believes will have to be cut in 2016-17, changes to a hospital provider fee that could free up $1 billion over five years for transportation and education, and reforms to a state construction defects law that developers say... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Q&A: Talking Colorado budget, education with Rep. Millie Hamnerwill work to form a state budget for the 2016-17 year that will go into effect
Q&A: Talking Colorado budget, education with Rep. Millie Hamner
Summit Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
will work to form a state budget for the 2016-17 year that will go into effect in July. She is also looking to co-sponsor a bill this session with Rep. Bob Rankin, R-Carbondale, to create a taskforce that will take a closer look at the state’s... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's State of the State speechtoday, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Than
Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's State of the State speech
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
today, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Thank you to our Senate leadership: President Bill Cadman, Majority Leader Mark Scheffel, Minority Leader Lucia Guzman, and Assistant Minority Leader Rollie Heath. And... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Outdated mining laws need fundamental reformhave been attempting to enact such a measure for years. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-
Outdated mining laws need fundamental reform
Aspen Daily News / Posted 23 days ago
have been attempting to enact such a measure for years. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Denver, and former Sen. Mark Udall carried a bill that would have protected third party clean-up groups from liability under the Clean Water Act, but that measure did not... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
The state of the statesuccess or failure of converting the hospital provider fee to an enterprise may
The state of the state
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
success or failure of converting the hospital provider fee to an enterprise may very well test the fate of the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Gov. John Hickenlooper made a compelling case for the change during his annual State of the State speech... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Guv: State strong, budget has holesand they’re fed up with our inability to expand our highway system.” The gover
Guv: State strong, budget has holes
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
and they’re fed up with our inability to expand our highway system.” The governor was talking about the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, the constitutional amendment approved by voters in 1992 that caps how much money the state’s budget can grow... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
State of the State: Taxes, spending top Hickenlooper’s address to Colorado Legislaturehis proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from t
State of the State: Taxes, spending top Hickenlooper’s address to Colorado Legislature
Greeley Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
his proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from the spending limits known as the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. “If we can’t make this very reasonable change — like many already allowed by TABOR — then what choice do we... Read more
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The Longmont Times-Call
Tough choices face the 2016 Legislaturechoices, the state is going to run a surplus of money but require budget cuts b
Tough choices face the 2016 Legislature
The Longmont Times-Call / Posted 23 days ago
choices, the state is going to run a surplus of money but require budget cuts because of provisions of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. Republican legislators and the Democratic aides in Gov. John Hickenlooper's office disagree about the exact... Read more
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Denver Post
Gov. Hickenlooper's case for action on roads and schoolsenterprise fund so the state can keep more of the taxes it already collects rat
Gov. Hickenlooper's case for action on roads and schools
Denver Post / Posted 23 days ago
enterprise fund so the state can keep more of the taxes it already collects rather than issue refunds under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights. "If we make this fix," he declared, "the TABOR limit won't be one penny higher than what voters gave us in... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Taxes, spending top Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper's State of the Statehis proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from t
Taxes, spending top Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper's State of the State
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 24 days ago
his proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from the spending limits known as the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights."If we can't make this very reasonable change — like many already allowed by TABOR — then what choice do we... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper delivers State of the Statetoday, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Than
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper delivers State of the State
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 24 days ago
today, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Thank you to our Senate leadership: President Bill Cadman, Majority Leader Mark Scheffel, Minority Leader Lucia Guzman, and Assistant Minority Leader Rollie Heath. And... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his prioritiesline on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his priorities
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 24 days ago
line on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state's spending limits under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights and exempt the fees paid by hospitals — a move that Republicans fiercely oppose. "If we can't make this very... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Taxes, spending top Hickenlooper’s State of State addresshis proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from t
Taxes, spending top Hickenlooper’s State of State address
Greeley Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
his proposal to remove about $750 million in state hospital patient fees from the spending limits known as the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. “If we can’t make this very reasonable change — like many already allowed by TABOR — then what choice do we... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his prioritiesline on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his priorities
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
line on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state's spending limits under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights and exempt the fees paid by hospitals — a move that Republicans fiercely oppose. "If we can't make this very... Read more
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Denver Post
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his prioritiesline on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state
In State of the State address, Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his priorities
Denver Post / Posted 24 days ago
line on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state's spending limits under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights and exempt the fees paid by hospitals — a move that Republicans fiercely oppose. "If we can't make this very... Read more
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Denver Post
Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's State of the State speechtoday, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Than
Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's State of the State speech
Denver Post / Posted 24 days ago
today, in the state Capitol, to kick off our sixth year of work together. Thank you to our Senate leadership: President Bill Cadman, Majority Leader Mark Scheffel, Minority Leader Lucia Guzman, and Assistant Minority Leader Rollie Heath. And... Read more
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Denver Post
State of the State: Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his prioritiesline on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state
State of the State: Colorado governor asks for collaboration despite firm stand on his priorities
Denver Post / Posted 24 days ago
line on his top priorities. The Democrat reiterated his push to ease the state's spending limits under the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights and exempt the fees paid by hospitals — a move that Republicans fiercely oppose. "If we can't make this very... Read more
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Island Packet
School board member, neighbors fighting changes in Pritchardville neighborhoodthe land that has been with their family for a century, Hubbard said Wednesday.
School board member, neighbors fighting changes in Pritchardville neighborhood
Island Packet / Posted 24 days ago
the land that has been with their family for a century, Hubbard said Wednesday. An RV park for traveling families fit the bill, but required the duo to apply for a new zoning classification that permitted such developments. That change has been... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Colorado House GOP, Democrats see same objectives, different solutionsdaily commutes can get where they're going without having to spend hours stuck
Colorado House GOP, Democrats see same objectives, different solutions
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 25 days ago
daily commutes can get where they're going without having to spend hours stuck in traffic." Democrats killed a Republican bill last year that would have provided $3.5 billion in transportation bonds, and their solution this year is to move a... Read more
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Denver Post
Colorado House GOP, Democrats see same objectives, different solutionsdaily commutes can get where they're going without having to spend hours stuck
Colorado House GOP, Democrats see same objectives, different solutions
Denver Post / Posted 25 days ago
daily commutes can get where they're going without having to spend hours stuck in traffic." Democrats killed a Republican bill last year that would have provided $3.5 billion in transportation bonds, and their solution this year is to move a... Read more
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