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

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HB10-1119: Committee Acts Wisely on SMART Government Act

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 9, 2010 For more information: Katie Reinisch Rep. Ferrandino COLORADO HOUSE MAJORITY COMMUNICATIONS STATE CAPITOL Committee Acts Wisely on SMART Government Act (DENVER) – Today, JBC member Rep. Mark Ferrandino presented his House Bill 1119, the SMART Government Act. Passage of the “State Measurements for Accountable Responsive & Transparent” or […]

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Legislation Coming to Limit Phone Books

If Rep. Mark Ferrandino can convince the state legislature, a bill to “opt in” to receive phone books would become state law.

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HB10-1119: Rep. Ferrandino to Present his SMART Government Act

Passage of the “State Measurements for Accountable Responsive & Transparent” or SMART Government Act will allow Colorado to use tax dollars more wisely, and ensure the public is receiving quality and essential services from our government.

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Rep. Ferrandino Says He May Avoid Legislature With Payday Proposals

State Rep. Mark Ferradino, D-Denver, says he’s considering writing payday loan legislation as a referendum and submitting it to the public for vote on the November ballot in order to circumvent the powerful payday industry lobby.

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Ferrandino Tags Bill to Cut Down on Graffiti Tools

Mark Ferrandino, D-Denver, is proposing a statewide law that would make it illegal for anyone under 18 to purchase graffiti-type materials — including aerosol paint, broad-tipped markers and paint sticks — without written permission from a parent.

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Say Cheese: Ritter’s Ad/Photo/Video Work Cost Taxpayers $200K

Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter does not have a staff photographer – but he has billed taxpayers more than $200,000 to hire outside contractors and pay for photographs, videos and TV ads promoting his accomplishments since June 2008.

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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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Colorado Teachers, Unions Marshal Forces Against State Cuts

As lawmakers stand poised to cut $260 million in K-12 education funding, the state’s teachers union and other school advocates are playing defense and keeping their options — including a possible lawsuit — open.

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