October 23, 2008
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.