CBA Daily Media Briefing

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Daily Media Briefing
- Wednesday March 29 -

Faced with a Colorado budget that makes deep cuts to hospitals, some lawmakers are ready for a change
Holbert: Republicans fight for a taxpayer-first state budget
Colorado transportation bill shifts gears on priority list, share of the sales tax

Mayor John Suthers says transportation funding bill is a ‘bad deal’
Suthers to state on increased sales tax for roads: Thanks but no thanks
Bipartisan bill to restructure Hospital Provider Fee faces uncertain road
Regulatory reform version 2.0 gets 1st backing in Colorado Legislature
ICYMI:  In Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Colorado’s teachers union finds a useful face for the opposition
Should oil and gas drilling be farther from schools? Colorado House says yes
Setbacks From Schools: The No-Brainer That Somehow Isn’t
Transgender birth certificate bill ends LGBTQ legislative slate
Another year, another effort fails to change law on transgender birth certificates
Colorado wage theft bill headed to governor’s desk
A witness — or a target — in Matt Arnold’s latest campaign complaint?

Hickenlooper declares Trump’s climate change executive order ‘will not deter Colorado’s efforts’
Trump’s climate rollback raises deep questions about our promises to the rest of the world
As Trump rolls back the Clean Power Plan, a new fight begins in Colorado

Leaders of cities, including Denver, defy White House threat on “sanctuary” policies
EDITORIAL:  Jeff Sessions’ threat on sanctuary cities is sadly misguided
This is why Trump's threat to de-fund sanctuary cities doesn't apply to Denver
Denver: "Nothing Changes" After Jeff Sessions Comments on Sanctuary Cities

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