Lang Sias chosen as House District 27 State Representative
January 31, 2015
The HD27 Vacancy Committee, comprised of the Vacancy Committee members and the District Captains, chose Lang Sias to fill the vacated seat that had been previously held by former State Representative Libby Szabo. Szabo was formally sworn in as County Commissioner on Jan. 30.
As soon as we know the swearing-in details for Lang Sias we will notify the Central Committee.
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News from the Colorado Senate
DENVER, Colo. - Colorado's Senate Republicans honored Colorado’s strong tradition of military service along with both active and retired service members today at the Capitol for Military Appreciation Day.
DENVER, Colo. - Colorado's new Republican senate majority passed two bills out of the Senate today to increase scrutiny of executive bonuses at Colorado's ObamaCare exchange and require a performance audit of the struggling organization. "On opening day of the 70th General Assembly, I committed to the people of Colorado that we would take responsibility for the endless trail of failing government programs with questionable results and poor accountability," said Senate President Bill Cadman. "If we are complacent to keep broken bureaucracies, then we are complicit in their failures.” SB15-019 sponsored by Senator Sonnenberg (R-Sterling) passed out of the Senate on a unanimous...
DENVER, Colo. - Senator Kent Lambert issued the following statement today after his bill to prohibit discrimination in higher education funding passed the Senate Education Committee on a bipartisan 9-0 vote.
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