Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 2.15.2011

Gholston enters race to replace Wadhams
Gholston said Monday that after Wadhams unexpectedly decided against seeking a third term he looked at running for chairman….. Read More

Colorado Springs mayoral candidate files corporate contributions complaint
The race for mayor in Colorado Springs took a detour Monday when candidate Brian Bahr filed a complaint over corporate contributions that competitors Steve Bach and Richard Skorman received last month….. Read More

Ballot reform one step closer to being decided
Lawmakers yesterday backed legislation that would ask voters to make it more difficult to amend the Colorado Constitution….. Read More

Arizona style immigration bill DOA
A House committee unanimously voted to kill the immigration bill on Monday at the request of the sponsor, Republican Rep. Randy Baumgardner….. Read More

HB 1220 would allow local governments to keep 50% of state sales tax revenues
A bill intended to provide a renewable revenue stream for construction projects on state highways, was introduced on the floor of state House this month, and is already receiving widespread bipartisan support…. Read More

Now you’ll have to get your dollar bills at the store before heading to the club
A bill to ban the use of public assistance cards at strip club ATMs got initial approval from lawmakers but not before a light-hearted debate….. Read More

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