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Baumgardner, White offer to help Hayden

Town manager told Ritter, legislators about concerns with fuel sales tax at Yampa Valley Regional Airport

State Rep. Randy Baumgardner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, and state Sen. Al White, R-Hayden, said they hadn't heard about the town's attempt to collect sales tax revenue from commercial fuel at Yampa Valley Regional Airport. Both said they were willing to lend a hand.

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State senator keeps Rifle prison open to protect local economy

Sen. Al White, R-Hayden, fought Gov. Bill Ritter's plan to close theRifle Corrections Center and transfer its employees as part of a strategy to cut into the state's deficit.

State budget deficit could cause slash in tourism spending

Ritter's plan would keep vacant or eliminate 540 full-time jobs

As the Colorado General Assembly prepares to enter the second month of 2009's opening session, there's no shortage of legislative action to keep Northwest Colorado's representatives busy - and local officials' eyes turned toward the Capitol.

Bill would change how DOW responds to property damage

State Sen. Al White, R-Hayden, said he thinks it is time for the Legislature to address game damage issues, especially given the difficulties landowners faced last winter.

Al White re-appointed to Joint Budget Committee

State senator says preserving tourism funding is his top priority

Protecting $20 million in tourism funding will be the No. 1 priority of state Sen.-elect Al White, R-Hayden, whom Senate Republicans unanimously reappointed last month to the Colorado General Assembly's Joint Budget Committee.

White wins Senate District 8

Republican moves down the hall in state Capitol

Riding huge victories in Routt and Moffat counties, legislative veteran Rep. Al White, R-Hayden, will represent the residents of Northwest Colorado for another four years in the Colorado General Assembly.

White, Brenner discuss 'Obama factor'; fundraising remains strong

Fueled by strong financial support from Steamboat Springs residents and many out-of-district donations, state Rep. Al White, R-Hayden, continues to outmatch Democratic opponent Ken Brenner's fundraising in the race for Senate District 8.

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