Tag Archive | "Colorado Secretary Of State"

Springs Legislator Floats Idea To Let Credentialed Lobbyists Bypass Security

“Security is important, nobody denies that, but … it has been my observation that people sometimes are stacked up literally 100 deep to go through security,” Rep. Larry Liston said.

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Colorado Ballot Measure Opponents Question Signatures

Opponents of two measures that have been approved for the 2010 ballot are looking to see if their proponents violated signature-gathering requirements.

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Gov. Ritter Posts Help-Wanted Ad for Spanish-Speaking Press Staffer

Gov. Bill Ritter is looking to add a Spanish-speaking staffer to his press office.

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Commentary: Leave Budget Conundrum To Professionals

“Ballot proposals like the two just accepted by the Secretary of State prove a dangerous point that TABOR is already teaching us: budget language has no business in the state’s Constitution,” The Aurora Sentinel’s Aaron Cole writes.

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Speaker Criticizes Tax-Slashing Ballot Measures

“These proposals are reckless and mindless,” House Speaker Terrance Carroll, D-Denver, told The Denver Post.

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Boulder DA Was Biggest Contributor In ‘Relax Term Limits’ Initiative

A political issue committee spent more than $3,750 promoting a successful measure to relax term limits that narrowly passed in last month’s Boulder County election, according to reports filed with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office.

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