Kristin Mastre is the kind of influential shopper the potato industry is targeting, as she buys food for her family, including sons Carter and Logan.
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At a Fort Collins grocery store, Kristin Mastre paused for a minute in front a large bin of Russet and red potatoes. She picked out a few handfuls and continued on, her two boys, Carter, 4, and Logan, 7, in tow.
The only thing Colorado lawmakers are required to do within their annual 120 day session is approve a budget. And despite some sharp disagreements between Democrats and Republicans last week, work on what’s known as the ‘long bill’ is largely over.