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Small business day at the capitol

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Colorado’s small business owners are invited to Small Business day at the capitol to learn about legislation this year that could affect their businesses. The National Federation of Independent Business will host the event from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 11. The cost to attend for both NFIB members and nonmembers is $15… Continue Reading Small business day at the capitol

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Seeking vendors, volunteers for Dem conventions

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Experience Colorado Springs at Pikes Peak is hosting a free seminar for businesses and individuals interested in being vendors or volunteers at the Democratic State Convention and the Democratic National Convention. The seminar is scheduled from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Pikes Peak Center, Studio Bee, 190 S. Cascade Ave. For more information… Continue Reading Seeking vendors, volunteers for Dem conventions

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The Colorado Supreme Court this morning reversed a lower court order that prevented Amendment 41, the ethics law and gift ban enacted by voters in 2006, from going into effect. Denver District Judge Christina Habas granted the preliminary injunction to suspend Amendment 41 in May. The injunction was sought by a group of elected officials,… Continue Reading Colorado Supreme Court gives gift-ban law the go ahead

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Pay state taxes online

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Colorado residents can now pay their state taxes online. The Colorado Department of Revenue reported this week that Coloradans now can pay individual income tax and estimated individual income tax, as well as past due amounts by using an electronic check, MasterCard or Visa on the department’s Web site. The service also allows estimated payments… Continue Reading Pay state taxes online

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Grants destined for El Paso, Teller counties

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The State Historic Fund has awarded 60 historic preservation grants totaling $7,124,311, and portions of that money will fund four El Paso County projects. The Drennan Community School Building preservation project was awarded $199,736. Located in rural El Paso County, the building will be renovated for municipal use and will be fueled by green technology.… Continue Reading Grants destined for El Paso, Teller counties

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Ritter unveils health care reform plan

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Gov. Bill Ritter unveiled his proposal to address the state’s health care reform needs yesterday. The proposed package is called “Building Blocks for Health Care Reform,” and details plans to contain costs, improve access and expand availability of health care in the state. The plan does not address ways to provide health coverage to all… Continue Reading Ritter unveils health care reform plan

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Health care organizations have positive things to say about the 208 Commission’s report to the General Assembly. The commission was charged with recommended changes to the state’s health care system and has worked for a year to come up with 30 reform recommendations. “Colorado’s health foundations – Caring for Colorado Foundation, Rose Community Foundation, The… Continue Reading State’s health organizations support reform proposals

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The Colorado Department of Corrections’ southern Colorado office expects to begin an official search for a new location by the end of the year. The regional headquarters is at 2862 Janitell Road in Colorado Springs, where the agency leases the entire 65,000-square-foot building. That lease expires during 2010. A request for proposals will be distributed… Continue Reading Department of Corrections seeking expanded facility

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Hybl, Williams tapped by Romney Campaign

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The Colorado for Mitt Romney presidential campaign just added nine new leaders from Colorado, including Colorado Springs’ own Kyle Hybl and Wayne Williams. Hybl is a University of Colorado Regent and El Pomar Foundation vice president and general counsel, and Williams is an El Paso County Commissioner. They will join Republican leaders like U.S. Senator… Continue Reading Hybl, Williams tapped by Romney Campaign

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CU won’t flush away $25k

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Boulder venture capitalist Brad Feld has donated $25,000 to the University of Colorado for naming rights and a plaque on the second-floor men’s bathroom in the campus’ newly constructed technology hub. It’s an offer that was flushed away by Feld’s alma mater, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but C.U. officials took Feld up on the… Continue Reading CU won’t flush away $25k

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