Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 1.26.2011

Douglas Bruce for City Council?
The word around the Colorado Springs City Hall Tuesday was that anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce is thinking of running for City Council in April….. Read More

Denver city council faces ‘chronic’ problem.
A burgeoning medical marijuana industry is facing a tough v.ote on Denver’s city council as the city leaders bicker over what to do about the massive grow facilities that operate in areas where the zoning has changed….. Read More

RTD to vote on tax increase.
The Regional Transportation District’s staff on Tuesday recommended the board consider asking voters to approve a 0.2 percent tax increase to fully complete FasTracks by 2027….. Read More

Tancredo on the GOP, illegal immigration and Jihad.
Anti-illegal immigration warrior and former Colorado GOP Congressman Tom Tancredo ran for governor as an American Constitution Party candidate, but now he’s back in the fold and talking about the future of his Republican party….. Read More

Gov Ritter’s office rejected school breakfast funding.
Gov. Bill Ritter's former budget director says he made the decision to reject a proposal from the state education department to continue subsidized breakfasts for low-income children….. Read More
Udall, Polis and Kopp react to President Obama's second State of the Union address:

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