Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Colorado Political News Brief – 12.8.2010

2% of Colorado residents now have pot cards.
Officials say the number of medical marijuana users in Colorado now totals about 116,000 — more than the population of Pueblo… Read More

Is John Suthers the most popular politician in Colorado?
Republican Attorney General John Suthers got more votes than Democrat Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper in November, a point that makes Suthers laugh… Read More

Colorado Rep. Riesberg to hold forum about state budget.
State Rep. Jim Riesberg, D-Greeley, will host a community forum Saturday to review the state budget and look at existing proposals for further cuts… Read More

WhoSaidYouSaid celebrates a year on the web.
A year ago, Mary Smith and Kelly Maher started the website WhoSaidYouSaid with a video of Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter talking about the perils of web video in politics… Read More

Colorado PUC to end up with coal in its stocking this Christmas.
The question is whether it comes from environmentalists, ratepayers, or the industry itself that produces the coal… Read More

Pit bull service dogs a no-go in Denver.
The Denver city council said no to allowing pit bulls to be service dogs within city limits and now the city is facing a legal challenge over its ban… Read More

Why does Hickenlooper only pay $75 in taxes on 225 acres of land?
Incoming governor John Hickenlooper owns 225 acres in the mountains of Park County. His annual property-tax bill, according to county assessor records: $75… Read More

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