Only a few hours after Todd saw SB 104 live on for the foreseeable future, her regional colleague in the Capitol, Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, saw a separate education measure she was sponsoring get the axe in the Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee, also known as the “kill committee.”
“This year we are putting reasonable parameters on where red-light cameras can and cannot be used,” said state Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, who is sponsoring a bill that would ban the cameras on the state’s local and collector roads.
My legislation will crack down on private, for-profit lenders and require them to disclose the true cost of student loans to consumers before borrowing, as well as provide them information on lower cost federal loans they can take advantage of before moving to a private lender.
Coffman reported a little more than $866,000 in individual contributions, and around $500,000 from political action committees.
Full details on the candidates’ fundraising from October through Dec. 31 were due to be reported to federal election authorities Jan. 31.
“My hope is that we can come back and concentrate on the things the majority of the public is concerned with and address that rather than getting distracted with how deep can we dig our heels in to just have a lot of rhetoric going on,” said State Sen. Nancy Todd, D-Aurora.
Just days after attack ads criticized Rep. Mike Coffman over votes on the terror watchlist “gun loophole,” a Republican committee has launched a radio ad campaign against Morgan Carroll this week over comments on the potential closing of the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
AURORA | The race for Colorado Congressional District 6 entered into the hotly debated discussion over whether to take in Syrian refugees fleeing Islamic State forces this week. Both U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, and Democratic candidate state Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, spoke out on plans for the United States to take some of the […]
Carroll is challenging Republican Rep. Mike Coffman, who is serving his fourth term. The district includes Aurora and some of Denver’s southeastern suburbs.
QUID HAS HEARD that no news is good news except when it comes to getting elected to Congress. So it’ll be no surprise that even 13 months before the wise voters of Congressional District 6 get to have their say on whether to retain the services of Veteran Of Two Gulf Wars Rep. Mike Coffman, […]