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At This Stage Of The Race In Colo., It’s The Lambs Taking On The Lions

Baa, baa?

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School-Board Member Tanner Plans Bid For Rep. Liston’s HD-16 Seat

Jan Tanner, a member of the D-11 school board, will be the party’s nominee in House District 16, which is now represented by state Rep. Larry Liston.

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GOP Springs Lawmakers Tout Importance Of Limited Government

Rep. Larry Liston (running for a fourth term); Rep. Bob Gardner (third term) and Rep. Mark Waller (second term) listened to questions and concerns from an audience which expressed frustration about tax increases, budget cuts, the sluggish economy.

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House Panel Kills Bill Allowing Lobbyists To Bypass Capitol Security

Those opposed to the legislation, such as Rep. Nancy Todd, D-Aurora, said that all citizens should be allowed the same access as the lobbyists.

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David Cox, 28, To Announce Run For Steve King’s HD-54 Seat

A native of East Orchard Mesa is the latest person to join the fray to be the Republican nominee for House District 54. ALSO: UPDATED 2010 HOUSE ELECTION TRACKER.

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State Patrol Confirms Some Discussions About Capitol Security ‘Fast Lane’

“The State Patrol is exploring what options may exist for a ‘fast lane,’ or its equivalent but it’s too early to know where this will go right now,” Colorado State Patrol spokesman Lance Clem says.

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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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