Support Colorado’s Great Outdoors
We are almost there! The reauthorization of the Colorado Lottery has passed with bi-partisan support through the Senate and now it’s up to the Colorado House of Representatives to approve the bill and send it to the Governor for signature. We urge the House to “Keep it Colorado” and pass SB 66, reauthorizing the Colorado Lottery. The proceeds are invested back into parks, wildlife and open space through Great Outdoors Colorado, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and funding to local governments statewide. The lottery has been a huge source of financial support for public lands and recreation – without depending on tax dollars. By investing in our great outdoors, the lottery helps drive our state’s multi-billion outdoor recreation economy – benefiting not only our quality of life, but also supporting jobs and economic development statewide.
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Colorado Water Project
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