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Roberts elected as Senate president pro tempore

With Election Day behind us at last, next year’s Colorado legislature begins to take shape. For the first time since being elected in 2006, I’ll be serving in the majority…

Water, wildfire issues continue to dominate meetings

Traveling around my district for meetings and events is always a scenic journey and the fall colors have been spectacular. Seeing more of the mountaintops with snow is also beautiful.…

Wildfire and water committees meeting regularly

I’m up for re-election this year, but with no opponent, my life is simpler without an active campaign to mount. However, I’ve been busier than ever with one or the…

Water committee dives deep into conservation issues

Summer has been a complete delight. In addition to lots of meetings with constituents and in Denver, I’ve had time with family and friends and finally planted a small flower…

Roberts opposed to process, policies being proposed

Since we left the Denver Capitol in early May, legislators have been kept in suspense as to whether we’d be called back this summer by the governor for a special…

Roberts: Rubberstamping bills is ‘unacceptable’

The legislative session has been out for little over a month and it’s terrific to be home. I’ve already been to lots of meetings and activities in the district to…

Legislative session comes to an end

Depending on what day you read this column, the 2014 Colorado legislative session may already have ended. The state’s constitution allows the General Assembly 120 days and, after that, more…

Just a few weeks remain in legislative session

Looking out the window in Denver, watching a snowstorm worthy of a freezing, wintery day, I wonder if Easter is really just around the corner or if maybe we’re back…

Education, water, dissolving the Senate and an award

Last week, the Senate took up the budget bill and, as is often the case, stripped off the amendments made on the bill in the House. This may explain why,…

Developments are more than benign neglect

Last week saw some serious bumps in the road that didn’t bode well for rural Colorado. Repeatedly it’s been stated this year that there’s no war on rural Colorado, that…

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