Thursday, February 3, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 2.3.2011

Former Gov. Ritter no longer unemployed
On Tuesday, Bill Ritter began his job as director of Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy by represented the center at meetings out of state….. Read More

Colorado Springs mayoral candidates aim to impress Firearms Coalition
Colorado Springs’ next mayor will have little – if any – influence over firearms issues, but a local gun rights group is sponsoring a mayoral candidate forum….. Read More

Ken Buck to Appeal Operation Number Games Ruling
Ken Buck’s officeis appealing a December ruling that put an end to Operation Number Games, a crackdown on illegal immigration and identity theft based off tax records….. Read More

City Council may still stop gourmet food trucks in Denver
You would have thought the Denver City Council committee was holding a hearing on medical marijuana. But no, this session was devoted to a discussion of a draft Food Truck Guide — which put all the old rules and regulations affecting mobile food vendors in a new format….. Read More

Tipton returns to the state legislature
Republican Rep. Scott Tipton was back in the Colorado Capitol on Wednesday — only this time he was visiting as a U.S. congressman, not a state representative.….. Read More

Andrew Luxen to run for Denver Clerk and Recorder
Denver Deputy District Attorney Andrew Luxen announced today he is running for Denver Clerk and Recorder, a race that now has three people in the hunt….. Read More

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