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8:16am

Tue May 10, 2011
State Capitol

Still No Compromise on Redistricting

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Time is running out for the state legislature to reach a compromise on drawing new congressional districts, with the process continuing to break down along party lines. And early Tuesday morning Senate Democrats filibustered their own bill killing it on the calendar.

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6:00am

Tue May 10, 2011
State Capitol

Governor Signs Budget, Who Wins, Who Loses?

Colorado Statesman

Colorado has a budget for next year following months of wrangling over steep cuts, namely to K-12 education. Governor Hickenlooper signed the state’s so-called “long bill” last Friday.

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4:33pm

Mon May 9, 2011
Business

White House Startup Roundtable Wraps Up in Boulder

Colorado Congressman Jared Polis (D-Boulder) opens the Startup America round table at the University of Colorado law school.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Boulder is one of eight cities in the United States to host a White House road show that aims to promote entrepreneurship and business start-ups.  At a roundtable event on the CU campus Monday, Obama Administration officials heard more frustration than optimism from several local-start up firms.

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2:28pm

Mon May 9, 2011
State Politics

Redistricting Fight Moves into Final Days

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Colorado’s 120 day legislative session ends on Wednesday and lawmakers are plowing ahead with plans to debate congressional redistricting – despite a lack of agreement on how they’ll handle it.

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1:20pm

Mon May 9, 2011
State Capitol

Capitol Conversation: The Clock is Ticking

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The state's legislative session is winding down and lawmakers are in a race against the clock to wrap things up before this Wednesday's deadline.

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