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75 BILLS are up today.
TURNS OUT YOU CAN GET A BILL SIGNED PRETTY QUICKLY: Investment bill.
TESTIFIED WEDNESDAY AT MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT TRIAL: Former Speaker Terrance Carroll.
LET THE STATES DO IT: In Houston, Hick says he prefers one energy regulator.
WE’RE HIRING! Circuit Media is looking for an account manager. Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOLD! Political shop Phaseline Strategies, run by Sean Tonner.
NOW ALLOWED TO CONSIDER ANONYMOUS COMPLAINTS: Denver Ethics Board.
MOVING ON: Teacher stipend bill.
MOVING ON: Tie lawmaker pay to budget.
DRESSED DOWN: Unconventional attire bill.
HAT IN: Tim Neville, SD-16, in 2014.
STATEHOUSE ELECTION GUIDE ADVERTISING DEADLINES APPROACHING: The 2012 Guide to Colorado Statehouse Elections will hit e-book shelves soon, so now’s the time to advertise. Candidates, tomorrow is the deadline to guarantee your ads make the first edition of the guide. General advertisers have one week more — through March 16. The guide covers candidates for election in 2012 to the Colorado House and Senate.
NICE THOUGHT, BUT NOT GOING TO HAPPEN IN OUR LIFETIMES: Capitol going paperless.
MAKING THE POIGNANT POLITICAL ARGUMENT, MUD-SLINGING DIVISION: Radio ad accuses Rep. Stephens of promoting funding for abortions.
FOLLOW YOUR FAVORITE LICENSE-PLATE BILL on State Bill’s “Plate Progress” report.
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YESTERDAY’S BILL ROUNDUP FOR STATE BILL SUBSCRIBERS, COURTESY OUR VIRTUAL BILL BOX:
* Introduced bills
* Signed bills
* Bills acted upon
* New fiscal notes
* Bill amendments
* New bill versions
* Day’s archived audio
* Day’s archived video
NO HICKENLOOPER PUBLIC EVENTS TODAY, but at 11:45 a.m., Lt. Gov. Garcia will deliver remarks at the Colorado Agriculture Day Celebration. Location: West Steps, State Capitol, Denver.
TODAY’S SOCIAL CALENDAR: Ag Day Proclamation and Press Conference to be followed by legislator cook-off! 11:30a.m. to 12:30p.m. West Foyer, Capitol 1st Floor. Contact: Charlie Sheffield 303.810.0669 Charlie@ChrisHowes.com
RALLY: Ag day rally today. And on Saturday, it’ll be the Tibetans.
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