Hickenlooper: Colorado strong, resilient

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Hickenlooper: Colorado strong, resilient

We’ve been tested, governor tells state
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Gov. John Hickenlooper greets lawmakers Thursday after delivering his annual State of the State speech during a joint session of the Colorado General Assembly in the state Capitol. “Colorado does not shut down. Colorado does not quit,” Hickenlooper said to a round of applause.
Governor in Durango

Gov. John Hickenlooper is going on the road after Thursday’s State of the State address, and his first stop is in Durango on Friday. His local schedule:
11 a.m.: StoneAge Waterblast Tools, 466 S. Skylane Drive, Durango.
Noon:

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Hickenlooper: Colorado strong, resilient

Hickenlooper
Gov. John Hickenlooper greets lawmakers Thursday after delivering his annual State of the State speech during a joint session of the Colorado General Assembly in the state Capitol. “Colorado does not shut down. Colorado does not quit,” Hickenlooper said to a round of applause.
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