Youth needed to serve on advisory council


It’s almost hard to believe that, in two weeks, the legislative session will be over, and I’ll be happily settling back in at home, not having to return to the Capitol at the end of each weekend. I’ll miss seeing the friendly TSA crew at the Durango airport, though, who send me off and greet me back each week.

We’ve had our share of controversial bills this session, which is a natural consequence of competing visions for state government coming from each party who control one, but not both, of the chambers. Despite those differences, we’ve also found common ground in areas like the state budget and other key legislation.

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