Tag Archives | Clarice Navarro

With pair of crime bills, Navarro notches major bipartisan support, extends 2017 streak

Pueblo Reps. Deneya Esgar, Democrat, and Clarice Navarro, Republican, prepare to introduce U.S.S. Pueblo resolution 1006, January 27, 2017. (John Tomasic/The Colorado Statesman)

The Colorado House launched two crime bills to the Senate on Monday with overwhelming support, both bills sponsored by Pueblo Republican Rep. Clarice Navarro. Navarro is enjoying something of a streak. Her crime bills come on the heels of a bill she sponsored to wave state income taxes on Olympic winnings for residents. All three […]

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#Coleg Week 11: GOP tax proposal shot down, Transpo bill grumbling, fracking school setbacks, gay conversion, gun bills, budget countdown

Colorado's "gold dome."

The week is already moving fast. Republican-sponsored House Bill 1187 was shot down by Republicans in the Senate State Affairs committee. It was an important bill. Here’s a magazine-like summary of what it proposed to do, as best as I can write it at this stage: The bill aimed to allow the state to collect […]

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The Hot Sheet – It’s Trump’s Day, Colo coal reprieve, legislative honeymoon over, immigration Left: ‘SANCTUARY’ and… MORE!

VOL. 02 NO. 010 | JANUARY 20, 2017 | COLORADOSTATESMAN.COM/THE-HOT-SHEET | © 2017 DENVER — Good morning and happy inauguration day! Some of you are beside yourselves with joy this day, others are hiding under your desks. To all of you, we wish you a peaceful, safe and productive day. State Rep. Paul Rosenthal, D-Denver, will […]

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Noonan: Final results show election angst on both sides turns into not much in Colorado

Paula Noonan
In the grand total of many things political, Democrats did well in Colorado in 2016, going against the fly-over state trend. Even so, at the state level, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Statewide, unaffiliated voters broke toward Democrats at about 4.5 percent. With party registrations in November at almost even […]

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