Larry Crowder

Colorado Rejects Limit On Open-Space Land SeizuresA bipartisan group of Colorado senators have rejected a proposal to limit the government seizures of private land for open space.
New Bike Trail Funding Plan Fails In Colorado LegislatureColorado needs more recreational bike trails — just not a change to how they're paid for, lawmakers from both parties agreed Thursday as they voted down a bill to direct more Colorado Lottery money to bike trails along state highways.
Cantaloupe Or Peaches? Colorado Lawmaker Says -- BothCantaloupe or peaches? Alamosa Republican state Sen. Larry Crowder wants both to be Colorado's official state fruits.
Wildfire Bill About Colorado Farmers On The RopesA relatively straightforward bill to help prevent agricultural fires from starting wildfires is on the ropes at the Colorado Legislature.
Colorado Debates Requiring Water-Smart PlumbingWater-chugging faucets, toilets and showerheads could become illegal in Colorado under a bill that won preliminary approval in the state Senate Tuesday.
Colorado Mulling Tobacco Ban Expansion For ChildrenA Colorado Senate committee voted Wednesday to expand the definition of tobacco products that are off-limits to minors.
Hickenlooper On Recalls: I Need To Do Better Job Of Getting Facts Out ThereColorado's governor says he'll have to do a better job of getting the facts out there when it comes to gun control laws after two legislators lost their recall elections.
Marijuana Repeal Considered In ColoradoMarijuana legalization could be going back to the ballot in Colorado — a prospect that infuriated pot legalization activists Friday.
Medicaid Expansion Passes Colorado Senate CommitteeA state Senate committee on Thursday sided with doctors, insurers, business leaders and educators who testified in favor of extending health assistance to more needy Coloradans.
Colorado GOP Shows Shifting Immigrant Tuition Stance An immigrant tuition bill has gotten its first-ever support from Republicans in the Colorado Senate.
Pinon Canyon Vote Has Colorado Watching Defense NomineeA Colorado lawmaker says he's worried that President Barack Obama's nominee for defense secretary might revive plans to expand a southeast Colorado Army training site.

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