Gov. John Hickenlooper

Governor Hickenlooper at Ag Day

Farmers, Ranchers Gather At Capitol For Ag Day

Farmers and ranchers gathered at the capitol on Wednesday to celebrate National Agriculture Day.


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Colorado Flooding Could Keep Some Tourists Away

A little more than a year after Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted his wildfire-ravaged state was still “open for business,” he may have to throw another lifeline to the state’s billion-dollar tourism industry as the world takes in the startling images of dramatic flood rescues and washed-out roads.


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Senate Leader Takes Closer Look At Planned Merger

Colorado Senate President Brandon Shaffer is asking sponsors of a bill that would merge the state wildlife and parks agencies to delay a vote so he can take another look at it.


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Hickenlooper Signs Scrap Metal Crackdown

A crackdown on scrap metal sellers and buyers has been signed into law in Colorado.


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House Dems Have Big Plans To Amend Colorado Budget

Colorado House Democrats unhappy with the state’s budget proposal to cut education funding are gearing up for a long fight.


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Colorado Lawmakers Agree On Spending Cuts

Teachers, farmers and retailers may have some good news from a budget agreement struck in the Colorado Legislature.


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Colorado House Gives Final OK To School Exercise Bill

A proposal to require 30 minutes of daily physical activity for Colorado elementary students is headed to the governor.


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Former Gov. Ritter Back At The Capitol

Former Gov. Bill Ritter is back at the Colorado Capitol Tuesday to promote a bicycle race and see his official portrait.


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Concussions Training Due To Become Law In Colorado

The nation’s most sweeping measure addressing youth-concussions in sports was signed into law Tuesday in Colorado.


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Hickenlooper Asks Some State Managers To Reapply

Colorado’s governor is asking senior managers in state government to reapply for their jobs.



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