Friday, March 25, 2011

Colorado Political News Brief – 3.25.2011

Is 3.2 beer finally tapped out?
In a battle that has pitted gas stations against liquor stores and craft brewers against unionized grocery workers, a House committee Thursday night approved a bill that would allow convenience stores and groceries to sell full-strength beer….. Read More

Observers are satisfied with Colorado Springs election processes
Observers with the Secretary of State’s Office have concluded in an initial review of election processes that City Clerk Kathryn Young has met or exceeded legal requirements….. Read More

Bill restricting Energy Office funding to become law
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday said he’d allow Senate Bill 159, which bars the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) from getting money raised by state taxes on gambling, to become law without his signature….. Read More

Condoleezza Rice to speak at CSU
As part of the Monfort Lecture Series, former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will appear at Colorado State University next month to talk about current events and to take questions….. Read More

Chris Romer’s way ahead in Denver’s mayoral race
A poll from RBI Strategies and ColoradoPols shows Denver mayoral candidate Chris Romer with 22 percent of the vote and the highest hard name recognition in the field at 51 percent….. Read More

Douglas Bruce and ‘indecent’ campaign attacks
When Douglas Bruce said he was the victim of “a classic hit piece,” some people said it was a classic example of the pot calling the kettle black….. Read More

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