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Sticking up for taxi entrepreneurs facing a government block

Post by Kelly Maher on February 12th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
"In America, we say if you meet these criteria in a regulated industry and you're able to prove that you meet these hurdles, then you can get in," said Colorado state Sen. Ted Harvey, R-Highlands Ranch. "Risk your capital, risk...

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Rep. Gardner rips EPA for rural rules, invites chief for a visit

Post by Michael Sandoval on February 11th, 2011 | Recent Videos, Sandoval
"What if they're not in the clean energy sector? Should they worry about jobs? I mean, this sounds like we're picking winners and losers and saying some jobs are better than...

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Sen. Udall and Ken Buck agree on need for balanced-budget amendment

Post by Michael Sandoval on February 10th, 2011 | Ken Buck, Mark Udall, Recent Videos, Sandoval
Will Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., and Ken Buck, the Republican who ran unsuccessfully for a Senate seat in November, become the Colorado dynamic duo of federal deficit reduction via a balanced budget...

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Government union boss: wage cuts are “mentally retarded”

Post by Kelly Maher on February 10th, 2011 | Maher, Recent Videos
Congresspeople get to Washington D.C., and are faced with many competing agendas, including those of big, scary union toughies who say outlandish things. Case-in-point: John Gage, the president of the American Federation of Government...

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Instead of union muscle, why not a Colorado state-employee board?

Post by Kelly Maher on February 8th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
As Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper pursues his "non-partisan" style of governing - rhetoric that even former union chief Ellen Golombek adopted when becoming the state Department of Labor and Employment head - here's an innovative idea they should consider: a...

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Sign us up to save tax money AND make education better in Colorado

Post by Kelly Maher on February 8th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
When can we get the Quality Education and Budget Reduction Act passed and signed into law, start saving taxpayer money in Colorado and provide kids and their parents with more educational choices? Oh...

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Dem state senator in Colorado seeking union transparency?

Post by Kelly Maher on February 7th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Colorado WINS should have to answer some common-sense questions like who they are, and what their budget looks like, particularly because they claim to represent "more than 31,000 state employees who work to ensure our quality of life in communities...

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Arrow in the heart of TABOR refiled into six proposals

Post by Kelly Maher on February 6th, 2011 | Colo. Politics, Maher, Recent Videos
Remember the tax initiative in Colorado we told you about in December? Well, it's been refiled into to six different proposals by proponents. This means that the opponents will have more targets on which to expend money and...

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Challenge for Sal Pace: Rethink Colorado spending on jobs

Post by Michael Sandoval on February 5th, 2011 | Recent Videos, Sal Pace, Sandoval
"We're all with you, but you're a Democrat. Your party wants more government spending. But you, a Democrat, can't find out where the money spent has gone. Does that make you rethink the whole idea of government spending to create...

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