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ADVISORY: Senator Jessie Ulibarri and Senator Mary Hodge to co-host Thornton town hall meeting on fracking
Thornton – Senator Jessie Ulibarri will co-host his town hall meeting with Senator Mary Hodge and Representative Joe Salazar, this Saturday, April 13, 2013, at Anthony's II Pizza (3901 E. 112th Avenue, Thornton, CO 80233). Senator Ulibarri, with Senator Hodge and Representative Salazar, will focus this town hall on fracking. Senator Ulibarri hosts weekly town hall meetings around his district, from Commerce City to Westminster. All of his town hall meetings are free, nonpartisan, and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and share input.
Dear Friends, With the legislative session at the half-way point, many significant issues have been discussed. Some top issues include, gun-control, licensing for medical practitioners, and continuing the mission to increase access in educational opportunities for the students of Colorado. The Colorado House has received a number of emails relating to gun-control. The debate on these bills was extensive and I gave my best arguments on why there should not be any laws relating to gun-regulation. The final votes of the bills were very close, with some Democrats even voting against some of the bills. I promise that I have listened to the constituency's concerns and voted according to principle. When I took my Oath of Office, I swore to uphold the Constitution and Bill of Rights. (CLICK BELOW FOR COMPLETE NEWSLETTER) ...
A record number of out LGBT candidates for state legislature are on Colorado ballots this Nov. 6. Get to know them here. ...
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Public Event announced with all Candidates confirming attendance....
Citizen letter to Adams County Commissioners regarding Aerotropolis development...
GOLDEN, Colo. -- Joe Coors, Republican nominee for Congress, issued the following statement with regards to the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act. "While I respect the authority of the Supreme Court, its decision does not change the fact that the Obama health care plan has the potential to be the largest tax increase on the middle class in history. Coloradans continue to struggle to make ends meet, yet Congressman Ed Perlmutter not only voted for the government takeover of health care, he fought to keep it. (See attached link below in POLITIK for complete statement)...
Farm Forum — Adams County Commissioner Candidate (District 1) Eva Henry gets upclose on Open Spaces & Farm Issues --- IN 'POLITIK'(SEE ATTACHED LINK BELOW IN 'POLITIK' FOR FULL STORY)...
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We had more than a few questions for Eva Henry, Mayor Pro Tem of Thornton. Here’s what she had to say:...
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