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Ethics Panel Takes Up Case of Lobbyist’s Alleged Threat

A lobbyist accused of threatening physical violence against a lawmaker will get an expedited hearing as an ethics panel meets today and seeks to reach a decision by Friday.

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HB10-1169: Conservation Easements Create Buyer’s Remorse for Colo.

Rep. Wes McKinley, D-Walsh, is sponsoring a bill to ensure that the state lives up to its end of a bargain regarding conservation easement agreements made prior to 2008.

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Colorado House Candidate Sells ‘Huerfano World,’ Since Re-Sold

A state House candidate in southern Colorado has sold The Huerfano World, a newspaper in Walsenburg, and it has since been resold to area publishers Brian and Gretchen Orr, who have combined the newspaper with their Huerfano Journal, now called The Huerfano World Journal.

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HB10-1124: Animal Control Measure Garners Lengthy Debate

A bill that proposes to raise the minimum standard for training of animal control officers and limits their authority over livestock drew hours of passionate testimony Wednesday in the House Agriculture Committee.

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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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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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Look Ahead To 2010: Colo. House Democrats Likely To Stay In Control

Democrats enjoy a healthy 38-27 majority in Colorado’s House of Representatives. It’s unlikely they’ll lose that advantage in 2010, but they’re being forced to play a lot of defense, a State Bill Colorado analysis shows.

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