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north carolina rep. saine leading model legislation group

raleigh, n.c. (ap) — a north carolina general assembly member will lead next year a national organization dedicated to creating conservative-leaning model legislation for state lawmakers to rep. jason saine of lincoln county will be chairman of the american legislative exchange council in 2018. saine is on alec’s executive committee and has been north carolina state chair for the group, which promotes free-market and limited-government legislation. in raleigh, saine also is a senior chairman of the house finance committee.former state house speaker harold brubaker of randolph county was a longtime alec board member and council president in 1994.

lawmaker arrested for allegedly having gun at denver airport

denver (ap) — a colorado state lawmaker has been arrested for allegedly having a gun at denver international airport.denver police say rep. lori saine was arrested at the airport tuesday and was being held for investigation of introducing a firearm into a transportation facility. the case will be presented to the denver district attorney’s office to consider possible charges.airport spokesman heath montgomery referred questions to police, and police spokesman sonny jackson declined to release any other information.saine, a weld county republican, has advocated for gun rights and co-sponsored a 2017 bill to repeal some restrictions on ammunition magazines. she did not return a phone call and an email seeking comment tuesday evening.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.f

should good samaritans be allowed to break into a car to rescue a pet or child?

save a baby, go to jail.under current colorado law, it’s a possibility.following the lead of a handful of other states, colorado lawmakers are pushing to give good samaritans legal immunity for breaking into a car in order to save a child, dog or cat from extreme heat or cold.sponsored by state reps. lori saine, r-dacono, and joann ginal, d-fort collins, house bill 1179 would establish some circumstances in which someone can break a car window without qualify for immunity, the would-be rescuer would have to make a “reasonable effort” to find the owner, and call 911 before breaking in. they would also have to reasonably believe a person or animal’s life was in danger.the bill passed 11-0 in a house health committee thursday, after testimony from medical groups, animal welfare adv

colorado should mandate a map of all oil and gas lines in state

rj sangosti, the denver posthouse bill 1372 would mandate that the state make available to the public a map of all the gas and oil pipelines in “in response to deadly firestone explosion, bill would require mapping of all oil and gas pipelines in colorado,” may 5 news story.according to your article on a bill to require mapping of oil and gas pipelines in colorado, state rep. lori saine said the two democratic legislators sponsoring the bill “were using a tragedy to engage in political grandstanding.”i was shocked that saine, a republican representative from firestone, where the tragedy leading to this bill happened, would say this. to allude that people’s safety is a political issue is ridiculous. people’s safety should be a priority to all representatives, no matter what par

in response to deadly firestone explosion, bill would require mapping of all oil

in response to a fatal explosion of a home in firestone, legislators are pushing a bill that would require oil and gas companies to alert the state where their pipelines are located and require state regulators to create an online mapping database for the john hickenlooper earlier this week backed such mapping, saying it made sense for homeowners to know how close their homes are to pipelines. on wednesday, gov. john hickenlooper ordered inspections of all flowlines within 1,000 feet of occupied bill 17-1372 is co-sponsored by rep. mike foote, a democrat from lafayette, and rep. steve lebsock, a democrat from thornton. they had asked rep. lori saine, a republican, to become a sponsor and she has declined to do so at this time, lebsock said.“since tuesday we’ve c

fast start carries no. 9 louisville women by semo 80-40

louisville, ky. — jazmine jones' turned her new-found comfort zone with her game into an impressive opening win for no. 9 louisville.jones scored 12 points and the cardinals used a dominant start to defeat southeast missouri state 80-40 on friday night in a wnit first-round game."i just feel more comfortable out on the court and it just feels so right," the sophomore guard said.after missing their first two shots, the cardinals made nine of their next 14. meanwhile, the redhawks missed their first nine shots and trailed 16-0 before latrese saine made a pair of free throws at the 3:15 mark.ashton luttrull hit a 3-pointer for southeast missouri state that made it 22-5, but the cardinals closed the first half on a 14-0 run to lead 42-11.dana evans and kylee shook each had 11 points and bionca

homeowner consent bill introduced in house as latest salvo in construction defec

yet another attempt to reform colorado’s construction defects statute has been introduced in the legislature, this time a bipartisan bill that would require majority approval by homeowners to initiate a legal action against a builder rather than leaving that decision to a homeowner association board.the measure, house bill 1279, has support from both sides of the aisle, with rep. alec garnett, d-denver, and lori saine, r-dacono, serving as the primary sponsors in the house. it was introduced in the chamber late friday night.“this bill will establish a fair and balanced process for all homeowners and will establish confidence in the marketplace for developers to break ground,” garnett said in a statement.hb 1279 is one of six bills that have been introduced in the statehouse this session to

measure would set minimum sentences for felony dui convictions – the denver post

legislation to require a minimum of 90 days in jail or 120 days in a jail work-release program for those convicted under a new felony dui law cleared a key hurdle thursday, making it likely a loophole will close that has allowed some habitual drunk drivers to avoid any incarceration while others serve lengthy stints in bill 17-1288, which has significant bipartisan support, received the blessing of the house judiciary committee, garnering support from democratic lawmakers who usually express reservations about new mandatory minimum laws.“this is very measured,” said state rep. joseph salazar, a democrat from thornton. “instead of going from 0 to 100 miles per hour, with max penalties, you are taking this one step at a time.”the legislation is aimed at addressing criticism over