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HB10-1094: Make My Day? Only at Home, Says Legislative Panel

A measure dubbed the “Make My Day Better” law was shot down by the House Judiciary Committee Monday at the Capitol for the second year in a row.

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HB10-1158: Wind Rights Dead for Now

A bill that would have made the wind blowing across your land a private property right unto itself was tabled indefinitely last week after a state study said the bill would have created a new way to tax landowners, but its sponsor says “severing” wind rights still has legs.

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HB10-1158: ‘Wind Rights’: Just Around Corner in New Energy Economy?

With the governor nudging the state ever further toward reliance on renewable energy, some lawmakers at the Capitol are proposing to break ground by writing “wind rights” into law so landowners can be assured of their standing.

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HB10-1184: Of Gardner DUI Bill, Levy Wishes State Could ‘Afford’ Felony

Citing budget constraints, a legislative committee rejected a measure that would have slapped a felony charge on drunken drivers for their third DUI offense–leaving Colorado among a handful of states without the stiffer penalty.

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HB10-1184: Citing Cost, Lawmakers Kill Rep. Gardner’s DUI Bill

The House Judiciary Committee Monday killed a bill that would have created a felony offense for repeat drunk drivers over concerns that the measure would cost the state too much money to enforce.

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HB10-1184: DUI Felony Bill To Be Heard Monday By House Panel

A bill that makes a third DUI conviction a felony is scheduled to be heard Monday afternoon by a House committee.

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Cory Gardner Still Hoping To ‘Make My Day Better’

The Yuma Republican will make a fourth attempt this session to expand to business owners and employees the law that allows residents to use deadly force to protect their households.

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What Colo. Opinion Writers Are Saying Today

They address Josh Penry’s planned exit from Colorado Senate, Rep. Cory Gardner’s questioning of membership fees Colorado pays, and Bill Ritter’s secret cell-phone bills.

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Rep. Cory Gardner Questions Suthers’, And State’s, Member Dues

He says Colorado can no longer afford to shell out what could be more than $2 million annually for dues and memberships in various organizations.

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Penry: “Somebody’s Got To Be The Adult And Step Back”

In an extended interview with The Denver Post shortly after a rally last week, one-time gubernatorial candidate Josh Penry made clear that he would have preferred to see GOP rival Scott McInnis drop out instead and that he did so only reluctantly.

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