This is Awkward

Today the Governor announced that he's worked out a way for impacted districts to foot the bill for the special session – but only if the legislature passes their bill.

Hick – in a misguided attempt to “save tax dollars” – is ignoring some serious ethical red flags. Since when do special interests get to pay the legislature to pass their bills? 

We need leaders that will fight back against this dangerous precedent – that’s why we have to fight to keep the Republican majority in the Colorado State Senate. Join us in the fight with a contribution today. 

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