Speaking on the KHOW’s Caplis and Silverman Show Wednesday, Republican candidate for the 7th Congressional District Ryan Frazier told host Craig Silverman that while a charter school he helped to co-found received stimulus funds, the American Recovery and Reinvestment…
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DENVER–Members of Colorado Tea Party and 912 groups and the libertarian think tank Independence Institute attended a “grassroots session” and rally sponsored by Americans For Prosperity at the Capitol Wednesday. The activists met with GOP lawmakers for a strategy session in the Old Senate chambers and then gathered on the capitol steps. The rally lured a familiar group of Republican lawmakers, led this time by Yuma state Rep. Cory Gardner, who is also running to represent the Fourth Congressional district in Washington.
A 30-megawatt wind-energy project in northeastern Colorado with the potential to expand to 650 megawatts will get $2.5 million in stimulus funds, according to a joint release Thursday from Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet.
Although Colorado ranks 46th of the 50 states in federal stimulus spending per capita, according to a report published this week by ProPublica and picked up widely in the media, perhaps more relevant in measuring the effectiveness of the stimulus in the state is a study released earlier this month that ranked the state second in transparency concerning how funds are being used.
The U.S. Department of Energy Monday delivered on nearly $20 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Colorado.
The money is being touted as a huge boost to Gov. Ritter’s…
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Über transparency advocates the Sunlight Foundation is crowdsourcing a federal contract bid to redesign the economic stimulus oversight Web site, Recovery.gov, through it’s open source development lab.
Four Colorado projects that convert wood waste, or biomass, into energy received a total of $1 million in federal stimulus funds Thursday, but a state with more than two million acres of dead and dying lodgepole pine forests could use a lot more.
What’s the most intensely debated controversial federal stimulus program yet to be proposed in Colorado? A Boulder bike-share program, of course.
It’s a bad time to be raising university administration costs. It’s a good time to be streamlining administration and expanding recruitment efforts and student-funding options.
On Friday, Colorado officials formally asked the federal government for $760 million in stimulus money to save education programs and jobs threatened by this year’s record budget shortfalls.