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811 System Upgrade Will Boost Public Safety

Friday, February 23, 2018
DENVER – A Ray Scott (R-Grand Junction) bill that cleared the Senate Transportation Committee Thursday will help improve public safety by putting more teeth behind 811 rules requiring builders, excavators and others to “call before you dig” in proximity to buried energy or utility lines.

Persistence Pays Off On Energy Office Reboot

Thursday, February 22, 2018
DENVER – After nearly a year of battling, Senator Ray Scott finally is winning bipartisan support for his effort to reinvent Colorado’s Energy Office, by eliminating bureaucratic clutter and broadening its mission beyond a too narrow focus on renewables. Scott’s Senate Bill-3, which passed the Senate today on a 34...

Retain, Train, and Attain: Lambert’s Senate Bill 160 Passes the Senate

Thursday, February 22, 2018
DENVER – Charter schools may feel some relief this morning as Senate Bill 160 clears the Senate floor on a 33 to 2 vote, garnering support from both sides of the aisle. Senator Kent Lambert’s (R-Colorado Springs) Senate Bill 160 clarifies the ability for charter schools to operate teacher development,...
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