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The 42nd and current Governor of Colorado, serving since 2011.
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ENG: John Wright Hickenlooper (born February 7, 1952) is an American politician and 42th Governor of Colorado. A Democrat, he was previously the Mayor of Denver, Colorado from 2003 to 2011. Early life Hickenlooper was born in Narberth, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia, part of the suburban Main Line. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University where he received a B.A. in English in 1974 and a master’s degree in geology in 1980. Before becoming mayor in June 2003 he was a geologist turned entrepreneur. He is often considered a prominent figure in the LoDo urban renewal period during the early 1990s. Hickenlooper owned several restaurants in LoDo in the late 1980s, before the area's renewal. He was one of the founders of the original Wynkoop Brewing Company microbrewery; ...
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Colorado governor, lawmakers ask U.S. to help widow get info


Gov. John Hickenlooper, U.S. Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet, and U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner have asked federal authorities to help Tiffany Hartley get information from Mexico on the investigation into her husband's death and efforts to recover his body. Hartley has said that she and her husband, David, were riding WaveRunners on the Mexican side of Falcon Reservoir — which straddles the Texas-Mexico border — on Sept. 30 when pirates approached and fatally shot her husband in the head. They also chased Tiffany Hartley as she darted back into U.S. waters. Hartley, who moved from ...


Gov.John Hickenlooper 12 Million Points Short On Immigration


Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper announced his plan for comprehensive immigration reform recently. Unfortunately, his 4 point plan is 12 million points short of a solution for undocumented immigrants. Hickenlooper’s plan caught the immigrant community by surprise. The newly elected Democratic governor relied upon supporters of the undocumented community to win election. However, when Hickenlooper revealed his plan on the Mike Rosen radio show, he did not mention a solution for the 12 million undocumented workers in the US. The Governor’s plan relies on four key points: Secure ...


Hickenlooper: 'We have to deal with a $1-billion shortfall'


The problem is familiar: A projected government deficit with nine 0's. The appeal is somewhat familiar: Let both sides of the aisle work together for our mutual futures. "The only way we are going to succeed," he says in the full text below, "is if we work together." The governor, however, is somewhat unusual. John Hickenlooper was an unemployed geologist who set out to build and run his own brew pub, did so, then became mayor of Denver as his first political job, attracted his Democratic Party's National Convention in 2008 (remember those Greek columns at Obama's triumphant speech?), and ...


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Colorado House OKs efforts to crack down on illegal marijuana
Marijuana plants grow in full sun in Pueblo County on Sept. 3, 2016. Pueblo County is one of the few places in Colorado that allows for outdoor commercial cannabis cultivation.
Time is ticking for Colorado lawmakers at halfway point of legislative session
Whether to place a measure on the fall ballot to raise sales taxes to pay for transportation projects will be a major focus of lawmakers as they enter the second half of the 2017 legislative session. But it won't be the only issue they will try to tackle over the final 60 days starting this week.
West Slope lawmakers write governor to express water diversion concerns
Seven Western Colorado legislators have a message for Gov. John Hickenlooper, but really it's for the Front Range: the West Slope is tapped out. "An abundance of additional West Slope water available to the Front Range is an illusion," says the letter to Hickenlooper signed by Sens. Randy Baumgardner, Don Coram and Ray Scott, as well as by Reps.
Progress at midpoint of session
Colorado lawmakers reached the midpoint of the 2017 legislative session Saturday - but don't worry if you missed the first half. The top issues - transportation, affordable housing, marijuana and the state's $28 billion budget - all remain unresolved, leaving lawmakers a mountain of unfinished business to tackle before the session's adjournment May 10. The list of accomplishments so far this session is short and unremarkable.



 
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