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House Republican Leader Patrick Neville’s statement on the tragic death of Trooper Donahue

House Republican Leader Patrick Neville's statement on the tragic death of Trooper Donahue

November 26, 2016
Denver - Today, Colorado State Patrol reported Trooper Cody Donahue lost his life while on duty on I-25 near Castle Rock. House Republican Leader and representative of the Castle Rock area Patrick Neville issued the following statement in response to the tragedy: "I am deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Trooper Donahue, he was a well respected officer who ...

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House Republicans Wish Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving

House Republicans Wish Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving

November 23, 2016
DENVER—Today, On behalf of the House Republicans, Minority Leader Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) released the following statement, encouraging Coloradans to help those who are less fortunate, thanking first responders and service members, and wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving: “Thanksgiving is a day when friends and families come together to celebrate and give thanks for the many blessings we have. Yet as ...

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Rep. Lawrence asked to chair the prestigious CSG West Westrends Board

Rep. Lawrence asked to chair the prestigious CSG West Westrends Board

November 17, 2016
Denver – Earlier this week, Representative Polly Lawrence (R-Roxborough Park) was elected chairwoman of the Council of State Governments (CSG) West Westrends Board. The Westrends Board is comprised of one legislator from each of 13 western states, as well as members from the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The Board provides a forum and an opportunity to evaluate ...

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Minority Leader Patrick Neville slams CDOT over proposed mileage tax

Minority Leader Patrick Neville slams CDOT over proposed mileage tax

November 15, 2016
Denver – Last week, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced the Road Usage Charge Pilot Program will begin in December to assess the value of a per-mile tax to boost revenue. The program will track 100 volunteers’ mileage and then theoretically tax each driver 1.2 cents per mile. “CDOT is suggesting the state track drivers to determine how much tax ...

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Approval of TRANs Bond bill moves $3.5 billion in transportation funding closer to reality

Approval of TRANs Bond bill moves $3.5 billion in transportation funding closer to reality

October 5, 2016
Denver – Today, the Transportation Legislation Review Committee (TLRC) approved an interim committee bill that could invest billions of dollars in state transportation projects throughout Colorado. The bill was approved 11 to 6, a vote that suggests its chance of passage in the legislature is better than the previous two years which saw similar bills defeated on party lines. Specifically, ...

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