ADVISORY: Sen. Ulibarri and Sen. Tochtrop will host a town hall called: “Speak Out: Preventing Community Violence”

Sen. Ulibarri and Sen. Tochtrop will welcome speakers from the Adams County District Attorney’s office and the Adams 50 School District
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AMERICA’s GREAT OUTDOORS: Secretary Salazar, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Announce Expanded Conservation at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge

GOLDEN, Colo. – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the State of Colorado and local municipalities today closed on a land exchange that will allow approximately 1,200 acres of important wildlife habitat to be added to the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, increasing the refuge’s size by nearly one-third and connecting it with the region’s open space and trail system. Rocky Flats is one of three National Wildlife Refuges in the Denver metropolitan area that provide open space, wildlife habitat, and outdoor recreation opportunities. ...
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Colorado Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders launch love campaign --DENVER POST PARTICLE

Colorado Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders stood together in Denver's main mosque Monday and launched a "Love Thy Neighbor" campaign — starting with ads on RTD buses. [SEE LINK BELOW FOR FULL STORY] ...
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State of Colorado Employment Report --December 2012

(DENVER) -- Nonfarm payroll jobs increased 8,000 from October to November to 2,317,100 jobs, according to the survey of business establishments. Private sector payroll jobs increased 7,000 and government increased 1,000....
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Colorado oil and gas industry sues to kill Longmont fracking ban --Denver Post Article

The oil and gas industry on Monday hit Longmont with a lawsuit to kill voters' recent ban on fracking within city limits. The Colorado Oil and Gas Association contends the ban is illegal because it denies mineral owners the right to develop their property and blocks operations that state laws allow. (CLICK LINK BELOW FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE)...
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Scott Gessler given 10 more days to respond to ethics complaint - DENVER POST ARTICLE

Attorneys for Secretary of State Scott Gessler are combing through the expense records for Colorado's legislators and other officials as part of their effort to counter a complaint he improperly took money from his office's discretionary account. [SEE LINK BELOW FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE] ...
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Colorado Receives Race to the Top Funds---Early Learning Challenge Award

Gov. John Hickenlooper and Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia announced today the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded Colorado $29.9 million grant from the Race to the Top: Early Learning Challenge....
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Majority Leader Carroll names Senate committee chairs, vice chairs, and Democratic members

DENVER -- Today, Senate Majority Leader Morgan Carroll (D-Aurora) named the chairs, vice chairs, and Democratic members of the Senate committees of reference for the 69th General Assembly. ...
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Senate Majority re-elects Mary Hodge to serve on Joint Budget Committee

DENVER— The Colorado Senate Majority has voted to re-elect Senator Mary Hodge (D-Brighton) to the Joint Budget Committee. Senator Hodge served as Vice Chair of the Joint Budget Committee last session, and as Chair in 2011. This will be her third year serving as a member....
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