Monday, March 31, 2014

For you number crunchers

As of mid session: 9 fewer bills have been introduced at this point in the session as last year; 6 more bills have been killed. 321 bills have been introduced in the House; 156, in the Senate. Out of that 477 total, 210 have gone through the process (including 109 killed) while 267 are pending.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Long Bill today

It's 5 P.M., on amendment 9 have 36 to go. All our amendments are killed all of the Dem's pass. Go figure. Sucks to be in the minority.

Picture is worth a thousand words.

With breathless anticipation the crowd awaits the unveiling of the Obama statue.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Steak Fry Night!

Ag Day at the Capitol. Thank you farmers and ranchers! Polly Lawrence, Don and Diana Coram,

Sunday, March 23, 2014

This poor horse

Followed this guy up I-25. No protection from wind or debris. Is this legal?Sent from my iPhone

Can't wait to use my birthday present

So excited to be going on a cruise with Jim, Kayte and Michale. Wish it was tomorrow.

Meet the Candidates

Great turn out for the Meet and Greet. Bill Elder, Steve Schleiker, Chuck Broerman, Kevin Grantham, Jim Reid, Duncan Bremer and Lois Landgraf with Dan May, Sharon Thompson and about 70 delegates and alternates.

Michale and Jethro

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Meet and greet

With Chuck Broerman, Senator Kevin Grantham, Bill Elder, Jim Reid, Steve Schleiker and Lois Landgraf great turnout of delegates

Thursday, March 13, 2014

10:56 pm still in committee. 2nd bill! Long night.

Rep. Gardner on HJR 1012

HJR 11012, introduced last night, no input from R's. Raising minimum wage: Report from the government accounting office "The effect of mandated minimum wage increase will lead to 500,000 lost jobs".
Sent from the I Pad of State Representative Lois Landgraf

Saturday, March 8, 2014

For Reals by Derrick Wilburn American Conservatives of ColorSent from my iPhone

Thursday, March 6, 2014

HB1162, protecting victim of sex assault when child conceived, clear and convincing evidence, passed unanimously.