January 9, 2012 The Facts Tech Transfer – Rep. Dave Young (D-Greeley) Colorado’s research institutions are incubators of new technologies that can revolutionize industries all over the world. If we can help transfer those new technologies from those institutions to the private sector, there is no doubt we will create plenty of new jobs
Dems announce ‘Skills for Jobs’ Act to help Coloradans find jobs that match their skills January 8, 2012 (Denver) – House Democrats continued rolling out their 2012 jobs agenda today with a bill that will make it easier for private industry and the state’s educational institutions to work together to connect Coloradans to good jobs.
December 28, 2011 (Denver) – In preparation for the legislative session beginning Jan. 11, House Democratic Leader Mark Ferrandino adjusted his lineup today, changing committee assignments for 12 of the 32 members of the House Democratic caucus. Here are the changes, conveyed in a letter to House Speaker Frank McNulty: · Rep.
December 20, 2011 (Denver)– House Democrats welcomed today’s improved state revenue forecast, and their representative on the Joint Budget Committee said a chunk of the money should be used to mend proposed cuts to K-12 and higher education. Releasing its latest quarterly forecast today, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office estimated the state government’s revenues would increase