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Gessler keeping SCORE on voter database glitch

Post by Kelly Maher on December 22nd, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Colorado's voter database system apparently went down for about 20 minutes on Nov. 2, I learned when interviewing Secretary of State-elect Scott Gessler. "That is unacceptable," Gessler said. "We cannot have our voter database shutting down on Election...

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Gessler wants password protection of huge business databank

Post by Kelly Maher on December 21st, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Come January, Colorado Secretary of State-elect Scott Gessler will face the challenge of combating potential identity theft of business records accessed online. "There's a lot of work that needs to be done," he said in an interview with...

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An arrow aimed at the heart of TABOR

Post by Kelly Maher on December 19th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
The fiscal accountability of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR), which requires voters to approve tax increases, is a key reason Colorado is in as good of shape as it is. Government will grow regardless of who's in charge unless...

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Carol Hedges makes a tax pitch to the Title Board

Post by Kelly Maher on December 17th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Carol Hedges, director of the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute, is spearheading a proposed ballot initiative to restructure Colorado's taxes. Watch the video clip at left from a recent Title Setting Board meeting to hear how the language surrounding a potential...

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Voucher proposal about making a good system better

Post by Kelly Maher on December 10th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
One of the people commenting at the recent Douglas County Board of Education meeting, Pam Mazanec, encapsulated the pro-voucher stance well. "This isn't about bashing our schools or our teachers," said Mazanec. "This is about the paramount right of parents...

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Rep. Polis: Illegal aliens are “de facto Americans”

Post by Michael Sandoval on December 9th, 2010 | Jared Polis, Recent Videos, Sandoval
The urgency of the Dream Act vote for Democrats was apparent not only in the wording from U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., but in the recognition that the party must shore up the support from one of its critical constituencies...

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Colo. state Rep. Scott on cutting the state budget

Post by Kelly Maher on December 4th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Freshman Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, ran for office as a small-business owner who would fight "tax-and-fee anti-business policies." What functions of state government could be cut? "I think everything is going to have to take a hit," he...

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Gardner: Congress must hold the line on taxes

Post by Kelly Maher on December 2nd, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
We caught up with U.S. Rep.-elect Cory Gardner, R-Colo., in Denver on Monday and asked him about the lame duck session of Congress. The tax increases we're facing as a nation in 2011 were at the top of his...

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Rep.-elect Ramirez inspired by daughter’s Reagan rock

Post by Kelly Maher on November 20th, 2010 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Colorado state Rep.-elect Robert Ramirez, R-Westminster, said he once received a rock from his daughter with a quote that helped convince Ramirez to run for office. It was a version of a quote attributed to President Ronald Reagan: "Concentrated power...

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