More than two weeks has passed since Governor John Hickenlooper called a special legislative session on the issue of civil unions.
Colorado lawmakers have wrapped up a special session of the state legislature called by the Governor mostly to deal with a stalled civil unions bill.
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Governor John Hickenlooper has called for a special session regarding civil unions. The decision comes the day after Republican leaders in the house filibustered the measure even though it had enough GOP votes to pass that chamber.
Governor John Hickenlooper signed the state’s more than $7 billion budget Monday. It has widespread support from both Democrats and Republicans.