July 17, 2024

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Land use bill passes amid tension between parties

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DENVER (KDVR) — The clock is ticking for lawmakers to finish their work at the state Capitol.
With key items being worked on at the last minute, temperatures are flaring between members of different parties.

Lawmakers still have a lot of work to do before the session ends on Monday. On top of the heavy workload is tension stemming from some members saying they are not being heard.

“Right now, my caucus is irate if you will,” said House Minority Leader Mike Lynch.

Republicans at the state Capitol said they are fired up over measures with big implications like the land use bill, landing on the House floor during the final week of the session.

“Limited the debate to four hours on a bill that was amended 55 times over the course of 48 hours. It started at 90…

Gabrielle Franklin

2023-05-05 18:53:54

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