Before the government shutdown, Colorado senators had proposed bills to raise the spending limit on emergency road repair, in order to get the state back on track after the flood. Unfortunately, those bills weren't picked up. But then...
Over 2,000 Larimer County residents have been out of work for over two weeks now (including some friends of mine), so it comes as welcome news that a bipartisan agreement could be on the President's desk by as early as tonight.
Estes Park, the town that hosted me and my wife as we vowed to spend the rest of our lives together, was already hurting from the flood; but the government shutdown has made things even worse, and it's breaking my heart.
When he visited Colorado last month, Vice President Joe Biden told us none of the Federal flood relief efforts in the state would be affected if the government shut down. Turns out that wasn't entirely true...
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