Politics

4:29pm

Tue April 12, 2011
Politics

Senate Leader Delays Wildlife, Parks Merger Bill

The senate president has delayed a bill that would merge two of the biggest divisions in the Department of Natural Resources, wildlife and parks.  The move Tuesday comes amid mounting criticism of a plan by Governor John Hickenlooper who has said consolidating the two agencies would save money and keep state parks open in the face of budget cuts.

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2:22pm

Fri April 8, 2011
Politics

Udall: Bill Would End "Shenanigans" Over Budget

Mark Udall

With a shutdown of the federal government looming,  Colorado Senator Mark Udall has introduced legislation that he says aims to prevent either party from using a threat of a government shutdown to push its agenda. 

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4:29pm

Thu March 31, 2011
Politics

Udall Wants Investigation of Global Oil Price Manipulation

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At $106.72 a barrel the price of oil hit a 30-month high on Thursday amid new concerns in Libya. As that translates into higher gasoline prices, Colorado Democratic Senator Mark Udall wants the Obama Administration to investigate the possibility of global manipulation of oil prices.  He says it’s no secret that it happens when OPEC nations collude on production.

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4:10pm

Thu March 31, 2011
Politics

Tea Party Gains Wide Support Among Conservatives

Originally published on Thu March 31, 2011 2:10 pm

Tea Party supporters hold signs across from a rally held by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in front of the Maryland State Capitol building in Annapolis on March 14.
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As Democrats accuse Republican congressional leaders of being co-opted by the Tea Party in the federal budget negotiations, a new survey shows that half of all conservative voters ardently support the movement.

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8:09am

Tue March 29, 2011
Politics

Udall Says Questions Still Remain About U.S. Involvement In Libya

Senator Mark Udall

Colorado Senator Mark Udall says he still has concerns and some unanswered questions about U-S military involvement in Libya after the President explained his decision Monday night.

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