By Don Knox, STATE BILL COLORADO
HOW HICKENLOOPER SPUN HIS BUMP ON HEAD: The good care he received at The Memorial Hospital was an example of why businesses should be attracted to Craig and Moffat County.
AL WHITE SAYS HE’S NOT IN COMPETITION with Hickenlooper.
RETURN OF ARVESCHOUG-BIRD: Republicans yesterday introduced legislation that would reinstate the state’s 6 percent spending limit.
JUDICIAL MAY SAVE TREATMENT PROGRAM that Human Services is seeking to close.
TELEVISED BUDGETING FORUM WEDNESDAY sponsored by 9News and Post featured audience polling technology from Engaged Public.
GESSLER WILL PUSH FOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS of people with suspect voter registration unless the Legislature gives him the power to clean up the voter database.
LOTTERY TONIGHT to determine Denver mayor ballot order.
CREMATORIUMS ARE SITTING ON UNCLAIMED REMAINS: Looper bill aims to complete “circle of life.”
POLICE OFFICERS PLEAD with Colorado lawmakers Wednesday to ban synthethic marijuana known as “Spice.”
NOT THE ELEGANT GOVERNMENT WE WERE HOPING FOR: A backlog of air quality inspections at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is threatening to temporarily shut down the operation at the Evraz Rocky Mountain Steel plant in Pueblo, Southern Colorado lawmakers tell The Pueblo Chieftain.
TODAY’S HICKENLOOPER SCHEDULE:
* 11:30 a.m., remarks at the annual Colorado Children’s Campaign KIDS COUNT event at the Capitol. Location: West Foyer, State Capitol.
TODAY’S SOCIAL CALENDAR:
* Lunch, Colorado Health Institute, The Private Market: the Foundation of Health Insurance, 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m., LSB-A, Contact : Allison Summerton 720.382.7092
SHE SAID IT: “It’s a delicate balance. It’s like trying to keep 15 pingpong balls underwater all at once.” — Rep. Cheri Gerou, R-Evergreen, vice chairwoman of the Joint Budget Committee, on balancing the budget.
HE SAID IT: “You could tell I wasn’t getting special treatment — that this is what happens in a small town. When you are in a hard spot, people come around and help you out.” — Gov. John Hickenlooper.
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