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GOP’s Dane Brandt Files To Challenge Incumbent Rep. Fischer

Brandt is Fischer’s first opponent from either party.

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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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HB10-1107: House Bill to Redefine ‘Blight’

Urban renewal zones carved out of open farmland, such as the one at east Loveland’s Centerra development, would be mostly disallowed under provisions of a measure passed Monday by the Colorado House.

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HB10-1107: Rep. Fischer Stops Developers From Abusing Tax Loopholes

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 8, 2010 For more information: Holly Shrewsbury, 303-866-2863 Rep. Fischer, 970-215-7898 COLORADO HOUSE MAJORITY COMMUNICATIONS STATE CAPITOL Rep. Fischer Stops Developers From Abusing Tax Loopholes Farm Land or Urban Blight? (DENVER) – A bill to close a loophole providing substantial give-aways to developers passed out of the House today 55-8-2. […]

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HB10-1107: Bill on Blight Now Proceeds to Full House

Colorado House Bill 1107, which would make it more difficult for cities to designate agricultural land as blight for the purposes of setting up an urban-renewal district, passed 13-0 out of the House Agriculture, Livestock & Natural Resources Committee on Tuesday.

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GOP Tantalized By Colo. House Prospects, But Dems Have Strength

There’s a reason for Colorado Republicans’ optimism for reclaiming the Colorado House in November 2010.

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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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Higher Ed Funds May Make Ballot

Colorado taxpayers next year might be asked to vote on a plan providing additional funding for the state’s public colleges and universities, but one of the men leading that effort says he’s still unsure what the proposal will look like.

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