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Government Executive Magazine’s Q&A with the Guv

“The point of government isn’t just to mitigate the risks that bad things can happen or help people to earn more money or lower unemployment. The point of government is to help people be happier — to create joy — and technology can help us do that much more effectively.”

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Senate Judiciary to consider “Colorado Road and Community Safety Act” Wednesday

The Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee will hear the “Community and Road Safety Act” during its Wed., April 10, 2013 meeting that begins at 1:30 p.m.

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Despite Reapportionment, Colorado GOP Still Holds Advantage In House

Colorado Republicans loudly voiced their dissatisfaction with decennial reapportionment, but the GOP maintains a voter-registration edge going into this fall’s elections, shows a State Bill Colorado analysis.

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Bill Would Add New West-slope Judgeship, Eliminate Judgeship In Jeffco

A bill being heard tomorrow at the state Senate Judiciary Committee would add a district judgeship in the western slope’s 7th Judicial District while taking away a vacant district judgeship in the 1st Judicial District.

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Atmosphere Mostly Light On First Day Of Session

The weight of the Arizona shootings, though noticeably present, did not stop the morning’s speakers from adopting a lighthearted and optimistic attitude toward having fresh blood and new ideas with which to confront the problems facing this state and the rest of the nation.

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Under The Golden Dome: NPR Analyzes Hickenlooper’s Quirks, And Task

McNulty’s view: “The rich uncle that has been giving us money isn’t here anymore.”

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Colo. Representatives Introduce 58 Bills On Opening Day

Review summaries of the bills, sponsor names and committee assignments here, courtesy of State Bill.

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38 Bills Introduced Today In Colorado’s Senate

Review summaries of the bills, sponsor names and committee assignments here, courtesy of State Bill.

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Morse Shuffles Committee Deck On Eve Of Session

Sen. Suzanne Williams, who was involved in a fatal car accident in Texas, won’t head the Senate Transportation Committee after all.

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Adams County Lawmakers Stake Their Turf

Boilers, builders, babies, beer and the budget are among big topics for Adams County legislators as the Colorado General Assembly prepares to convene on Jan. 12.

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