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Updated: 11:02 PM May 20, 2012
Governor Hickenlooper Battling Homelessness in Colorado.
The governor was at Saint Martin's place Sunday evening, promoting "Pathways Home Colorado."
Posted: 10:44 PM May 20, 2012
Reporter: Andie Adams
Email Address: andie.adams@nbc11news.com
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  • by SAM Location: Grand Junction on May 21, 2012 at 07:43 AM
    Politicians will do nothing but talk about doing something about the homeless because the homeless are not a "voter" concern. Hickenlooper will try to give everything possible to the "illegal" immigrants but not so much for the American homeless.
  • by justice2 Location: gj on May 21, 2012 at 07:39 AM
    Apparently the governor has not heard that these policies do not work. Our country is bankrupt. If the government spends our tax dollars giving free housing out, why would people work. Free housing, free food, free medical care, free transportation, free education, and a police department that refuses to enforce the law. This is not going to end well.
  • by Luke Location: GJ on May 21, 2012 at 06:44 AM
    The best way to cut down on homelessness is to quit signing bills that bring more regulation that has already caused more homelessness than at any other time in history. More regulation causes more joblessness which in turn causes more homelessness, but this is political season, lots of false promises are being made, don't expect the joblessness or homelessness to end untill the government begins deregulating and steps back out of the way of people who actually know how to create jobs. Less government would be great as well.
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      by D on May 23, 2012 at 04:14 PM in reply to Luke
      Years of deregulation of financial industry is the first thing that comes to mind. What an economical miracle it was!
  • by Urp on May 20, 2012 at 11:19 PM
    "Governor Hickenlooper Battling Homelessness in Colorado" What drivel! I guess Andie is looking for a job on Hickenlooper's staff.
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