Powdered Alcohol? Not So Fast, Colorado Lawmaker Says States are moving to ban alcohol in powdered form before the product goes on sale out of concern it will increase underage drinking. Sen-Elect Gardner Announces Committee Assignments DENVER (AP) - Colorado's newest Senator is announcing his committee assignments. Republican Rep. Cory Gardner will replace Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in January. On Monday, Senate Republicans finalized their caucus' committee assignments for the...
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