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Wayne Williams a contrast to former Secretary of State

Ernest Luning, The Colorado Statesman Three months after being sworn in, Secretary of State Wayne Williams has mostly stayed out of the news, and that’s the way he likes it. It’s a marked contrast from Williams’s predecessor, fellow Republican Scott Gessler, an election law attorney who . . .

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WEDNESDAY calendar House and Senate


4/22 Calendar »

Bills to Go, 11 Days, 315

11 Days in Session, not counting weekends 315 bills

11 day count down (not counting weekends) »

5 New Bills from 4/21

The day's bill read across the desk

5 new bills »

WRAP UP on the Calendar 4/21 - House

See results of the day's House bill hearings

4/21 House Bill WRAP UP »

WRAP UP on the Calendar 4/21 - Senate

See results on the day's Senate bill hearings

4/21 Senate Bill WRAP UP »

Bills in the Hopper

646 bills in the hopper, with vote totals

374 House, 272 Senate »

353 Bipartisan Bills

353 Bills have at least 1 Dem and GOP sponsor; 6 bills are Neville familial

They reach across the aisle or dining table »

Governor signed Bills

138 Bills

Signed, sealed, delivered »

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