Colorado charter schools close to becoming most equally funded in U.S.

By   /  May 29, 2017  /  Colorado, News  /  No Comments

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DENVER – Colorado will make history if Gov. John Hickenlooper signs a bill that more equally distributes funding to charter schools into law. House Bill 17-1375, which passed the House 49-16 and the Senate 31-4, aims to provide a more equal share of local dollars to charter public schools. It is now awaiting the governor’s […]

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Bill to reclassify Colorado’s hospital provider fee passes the Senate Appropriations Committee

By   /  May 7, 2017  /  Colorado, News  /  No Comments

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The Colorado Senate is looked to appropriate additional money for its rural hospitals without increasing overall spending. In a 5-to-2 vote, Senate Bill 267, which aims to reclassify the state’s hospital provider fee into a government-owned enterprise, passed Senate Appropriations Committee on Friday. It also includes a tax credit for small businesses. The bill, which seeks to […]

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REINS Act headed to Wisconsin Assembly for a vote

By   /  April 28, 2017  /  News, Wisconsin  /  1 Comment

Wisconsin is one step closer to reining in regulatory rules and putting the power back into the hands of the people they elected to make the decisions. On April 26, the Committee on Government Operations, Technology, and Consumer Protection recommended the passage of the REINS (Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny) Act. The […]

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