As Colorado’s House Republican leaders, we think Democrats are taking a wrong turn on transportation
Their "Democrats" bill is titled, “Sustainability Of The Transportation System,” but it’s hard to see how this 207-page policy behemoth is “sustainable.”
A little over a mile of U.S. Highway 138 is being renamed to honor Northeastern Junior College legend Jack Annan.
A bipartisan bill that Governor Jared Polis signed into law on April 22 lays the groundwork for a new government entity to manage the state’s myriad programs in one central place and streamline care. House Bill 21-1097 — sponsored by Representatives Mary Young (a Democrat from Greeley) and Rod Pelton (a Republican from Cheyenne Wells).
A little over a mile of U.S. Highway 138 is being renamed to honor Northeastern Junior College legend Jack Annan. State Reps. Rod Pelton and Richard Holtorf are sponsoring the joint resolution in the House.
On April 14, the General Assembly sent to the governor a bill that could establish a new state agency. House Bill 1097 contains recommendations from a behavioral health task force, including setting up the behavioral health administration, initially to be housed within the Colorado Department of Human Services.