The measure skirted through the House by a thin 217-213 vote, as all voting Democrats and a group of mostly moderate Republican holdouts voted no. U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who represents the 6th Congressional District including most of Aurora, announced hours before the vote that he would not support the latest draft of the bill.
“It affects the longterm health of (the) base when we’re looking at base closures.”
So now Hickenlooper has climbed on the populist bandwagon, saying he won’t support issues that communities don’t want in their backyard. Oh. Like fracking?
Republican electeds all over the state, once whimsical about Making America something something something are now worried that if Trump snags the nomination, an anti-Trump electorate could trample anything that ends in -R.
Go Tallit on the mountain that, of all the weeks of the calendar year, it would have been more than apropos to invite someone from a local temples to kick off council’s proceedings this week.
Essentially, it was us, not Al Gore who invented the Intertubes. It was the media that jumped in and gave you all a reason to come, long before there were shopping, video, games, Google, Ebay and even porn