The first two female speakers of the House, Lola Spradley, left, and current Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst, right.
DLH Spradley
Members are sworn in at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session!
Dems Swearing In 2015
Our Class of 2015 from left to right: Reps-elect Susan Lontine, Jeni Arndt, Alec Garnett, Faith Winter, Jessie Danielson, Daneya Esgar in the Capitol basement during orientation.
Freshman Class
Reps. Dominick Moreno and Tracy Kraft-Tharp on a tour of the construction on US36.
Moreno + Kraft-Tharp at US36 Tour
Brig. Gen. Dana Capozzella, left, and Rep. Su Ryden at Cheyenne Mountain State Park after Rep. Ryden's bill supporting Colorado's military personnel and operations was signed.
Ryden @ Military Signing
Rep. Leroy Garcia and Gov. John Hickenlooper during a bill signing tour in Pueblo.
Rep. Garcia Press Conference
Rep. Angela Williams speaks at a press conference where her telecom reform package was signed.
Williams Telecom Press Conference
Sen. John Kefalas, left, and Rep. Joe Salazar, right, look on as Rep. Salazar's bill to reduce the fees for a CORA request is signed by Gov. Hickenlooper.
Salazar Bill Signing
Rep. Crisanta Duran, chairwoman of the JBC, addresses the media at the 2014-2015 budget signing.
Duran @ Budget Press Conference
Rep. Dianne Primavera visits the St. Anthony mammogram bus outside the Capitol.
Primavera Breast Cancer Bus
Dems Kill Attempt to Ban Abortion

Dems Kill Attempt to Ban Abortion

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Mitsch Bush I-70 Bill Gains Traction in House

Mitsch Bush I-70 Bill Gains Traction in House

(Feb. 26) – On the heels of a snowstorm that caused spinouts that closed Interstate 70 in both direc[...]
Another Bipartisan Workforce Development Bill Advances in the House

Another Bipartisan Workforce Development Bill Advances in the House

(Feb. 25) – The Education Committee voted 10-1 this morning to pass Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp’s biparti[...]
Speaker: Good Start, but ‘More Work to Do’ on Oil & Gas Issues

Speaker: Good Start, but ‘More Work to Do’ on Oil & Gas Issues

(Feb. 25) – Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst reacted today to the recommendations of the oil and gas [...]
Ryden’s Bill Helps Overseas Coloradans Vote

Ryden’s Bill Helps Overseas Coloradans Vote

(Feb. 25) – A bipartisan bill from Rep. Su Ryden, D-Aurora, to help active-duty military deployed ov[...]

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  • “Without resolution to local control conflicts, citizens and local governments will continue to struggle with issues related to oil and gas development in their communities. This is a tough, complicated policy conversation, and there is more work to do by all parties involved to fully resolve the matter.” Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst's reaction to the Oil and Gas Task Force Recommendations, Feb. 25

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