Tag Archive | "KEVIN LUNDBERG"

Two Dem Challengers To Sen. Lundberg Make Primary Ballot In SD-15

Both retired Loveland lawyer Richard Ball and Colorado State University professor Torsten Eckstein will have a chance to unseat Republican Kevin Lundber

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Republicans Offer More Bills To Give Tax Credits For Private Tuition

The first bill also would allow a tax credit for parents who home school their children. The second bill would give school districts a $1,000 payment for every student they lose to private schools.

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Colo. Senate Panel Votes To Make Child Legal Office Permanent

A state Judicial Branch agency that manages mostly private lawyers for Colorado children who face legal issues may become permanent if the Senate Judiciary Committee has its way.

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Following Late-Fee Flap, Push Is On To Fix FASTER

A public outcry against new late fees tucked away in Gov. Bill Ritter’s sweeping transportation-funding measure last year has spawned a number of Republican attempts at a rollback in the new legislative session.

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Quest For Colorado’s Senate: Dems Have Strong Upper Hand

Colorado Democrats need to win only eight of 19 open seats in 2010 to retain control of the state Senate, a State Bill Colorado analysis shows.

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Ban On Federal Mandate?

The leader of a local libertarian group is making plans for a 2010 ballot initiative that would exempt Coloradans from a possible federal mandate requiring all citizens to buy insurance or pay a penalty.

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Budget Going Gets Tougher For Colo.

House Speaker Terrance Carroll, D-Denver, has repeatedly advised his colleagues that the priority next year should be on fiscal policy, not other controversial issues such as medical marijuana regulation.

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November 2009 Candidate Committee List Made Public

This is the complete list of candidate committees on file with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office as of Nov. 20, 2009.

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