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HB10-1159: Pace Wonders ‘Why Kill This Bill?’

His bill protecting communities where water transfers originate may be dead, but state Rep. Sal Pace’s commitment to the cause is not.

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HB10-1012: House Passes Bill to Limit Surveillance

The House passed a bill on Monday that would tighten the rules on insurance companies that conduct surveillance on workers’ compensation claimants.

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Privatization of Pinnacol Stalls

A group of lawmakers that heard six days of testimony about the practices of Pinnacol Assurance before this legislative session began oppose privatization of the workers’ compensation insurer.

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HB10-1159: Rep. Sonnenberg Claims Win in Water Bill’s Defeat

State Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg, R–Sterling, Friday was successful in securing the necessary votes to defeat a “basin of origin” water bill that he says would have hurt farmers along the South Platte.

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HB10-1159: West Slope Loses on Water-Transfer Bill

Western Slope legislators got a lesson in math Friday when the House voted down a bill on water transfers. House Bill 1159 would have required cities that want to import water from far away to negotiate with local water districts to minimize the impacts.

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HB10-1217: Bill Would Stop Trinidad Nursing Home Sale

Legislation that would block the Department of Human Services from selling the Trinidad State Nursing Home was introduced Monday in the Colorado House.

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Colo. Water Fights Brew

Lawyers, rafts and money: Those are the debates in store for Colorado’s water community this year at the Legislature.

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Rep. Pace Wants to Put Reins on Pinnacol

Embattled workers’ compensation insurer Pinnacol Assurance faces a new fight in the Colorado General Assembly this session over spying on claimants.

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Pueblo City Council Candidate Sets Sights On Sal Pace’s HD-46

Steven Rodriguez, an unsuccessful candidate last year for an at-large seat on Pueblo’s City Council, has turned his attention to Colorado’s House of Representatives. Rodriguez is pictured here with Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry.

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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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