From the Englewood Herald (Tom Munds):
State Rep. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, expects a busy session for the state legislature as members deal with issues such as continuing to increase education funding to making sure all state residents benefit from the recession recovery.
“We are a divided Legislature, with a Republican-controlled Senate and a Democrat-controlled House of Representatives,” he said by phone while on vacation. “But I believe we can get a lot accomplished because the two parties working together won’t be something new, as 90 percent of the bills passed by the 2014 Legislature passed with bipartisan support.”[…]
Kagan said the Legislature will review a recently created plan to ensure equitable water distribution to all state users. He said the plan is being devised so water will be available for development but not at the cost of sufficient water supplies for agricultural needs.
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