Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 2.23.2011

Tea Party vs. Unions in Colorado
Two groups in agreement that they don’t want government to tread on them stood face-to-face in opposition Tuesday at the Colorado State Capitol….. Read More

House likes idea of Lt. Gov. Garcia’s second job
The Colorado House on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a bill that would allow Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia to also serve as the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education….. Read More

ASSET bill passes second test
The bill that would make undocumented students eligible for cheaper tuition at state colleges and universities passed a second Senate committee Tuesday, but not until after 90 minutes of sometimes obscure discussion….. Read More

Bail for illegal’s up for vote
A House committee is expected to decide the fate of a bill that would require judges to consider a person's immigration status when setting bail….. Read More

A time to pray in the Colorado's House of Representatives
A prayer change in Colorado's House of Representatives sparked a small debate Tuesday, all over a question of when the gavel falls….. Read More

Hickenlooper hopes to restore credibility to Pinnacol
Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed two new members to the Pinnacol Assurance board of directors in hopes of restoring credibility of its nine-member board of directors….. Read More

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