Cadman Urges Caution on Syrian Refugees

Senate President Bill Cadman issued the following statement today in response to Gov. Hickenlooper's published statements concerning Colorado’s willingness to host Syrian refugees:

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Cadman Issues Statement Honoring Veterans

Senate President Bill Cadman (R-12th District) issued the following statement in order to mark Veterans Day, 2015.  

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GOP JBC Members Respond to Governor's Budget

Today’s release of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s 2016-17 budget prompted the following responses from leaders of the Senate Republican Caucus:

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"EPA's Coming Storm" Tour Hits Pueblo and Denver

Coloradans naturally are concerned about what the coming storm of federal energy and environmental regulations will mean to them as breadwinners, workers, business owners and energy consumers. What impact will EPA regulations on carbon, ozone and water have on their families and communities? 

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Grand Junction Forum to Highlight Impacts of EPA Overreach

Coloradans naturally are concerned about what the coming storm of federal energy and environmental regulations will mean to them as breadwinners, workers, business owners and energy consumers. What impact will EPA regulations on carbon, ozone and water have on their families and communities?

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Bill in the Works Could Cut DMV Wait Times, Improve Service

Trips to the Department of Motor Vehicles are almost as dreaded as visits to the dentist these days, given the long waits and slow service for which these offices are known. But Republican State Senator Ray Scott, of Grand Junction, hopes to improve DMV services, while reducing DMV-induced dread, by outsourcing certain agency functions to private third parties.

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"Coming Storm" Forums to Highlight EPA Overreach

Coloradans naturally are concerned about what the coming storm of federal energy and environmental regulations will mean to them as breadwinners, workers, business owners and energy consumers. What impact will EPA regulations on carbon, ozone and water have on their families and communities?

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Budget Committee Chairman Responds to Fiscal Forecast

Joint Budget Committee Chairman Ken Lambert (R-Colorado Springs) released the following statement today in response to yesterday's quarterly economic and fiscal forecast from the Office of Legislative Council and the Governor's Office of State Planning and Budgeting, which included relatively positive news regarding the state's economy but also indicated that the purse strings might need more tightening next session:

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Crowder Earns "Serving Our Seniors" Award

Colorado State Senator Larry Crowder (R-District 35) continues to garner praise for a strong 2015 legislative session, with this week’s acceptance of the "Serving Our Seniors" award from the Colorado Senior Lobby, an all-volunteer organization serving senior citizens across Colorado.

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Crowder Honored as Rural Health Advocate

Although still relatively new to the Statehouse, Senator Larry Crowder (R-District 35) already is earning recognition for championing the interests of rural Coloradans. And nowhere has that been more evident than in Crowder’s work to improve the quality of medical care available to folks living in less populous parts of the state. 

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