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House Republican Caucus Election Results

November 8, 2018
Denver – This morning the House Republican Caucus held its leadership elections for the 72nd  General Assembly. Representative Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) was re-elected as Minority Leader by acclamation. “I am grateful to have the support of House Republicans to continue to serve as Caucus Leader. I look forward to working with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to make ...

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The Choice

The Choice

October 30, 2018
Research now demonstrates what most Coloradans already know: Republican tax cuts have given them more take home pay.[1] For the state as a whole, the average taxpayer will keep an additional $1348 this year, while over 10 years a family of four will keep almost $40,000 more. In Congressional districts where Democrat officeholders voted against the tax cuts, their constituents prosper ...

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Colorado Republicans care about affordability and your cost of living

October 26, 2018
Colorado is a great place to live, to raise a family, to find your dreams – but it’s becoming less and less affordable, more and more expensive, due to policies enacted by a Democrat majority. Based on their track record, putting Democrats in charge will put the brakes on our economy, on job growth, and on pay increases. Your taxes will ...

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House Minority Leader calls out Democrat leadership for habitual cover up

October 10, 2018
DENVER—Yesterday, the Denver Post released a story regarding charges of domestic violence against the House Majority Whip, leading the House minority leader to question the transparency and priority of House Democrats.   “I was saddened and disappointed when I read the news report regarding the past behavior of Representative Melton,” said Minority Leader Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) “but what is most offensive ...

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Terri Carver’s youth suicide prevention grant goes into effect

Terri Carver’s youth suicide prevention grant goes into effect

August 8, 2018
DENVER—Today, legislation that makes over $800,000 available to schools for comprehensive crisis and suicide prevention training goes into effect. Senate Bill 18-272, sponsored by Representatives Terri Carver (R-Colorado Springs) and Barbara McLachlan (D-Durango) and Senators Nancy Todd (D-Aurora) and Beth Martinez-Humenik (R-Thornton), creates the Crisis and Suicide Prevention Training Grant Program to help fund prevention training in schools; with priority ...

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