More money for the budget, more fights at legislature

The Colorado Statesmen – March 31, 2014
The Senate this week will take up a $23 billion budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year after the House last week passed a largely partisan spending plan that resulted in plenty of fights over how to fund the state.
But Rep. Ed Vigil, D-Fort Garland, devised a plan that would allow an estimated $119 million for the capital development projects. Included on the list are Fort Lewis College, Colorado State University, the University of Colorado, Denver’s Auraria campus and various other maintenance projects. His amendment was attached to the Long Bill.

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