GRAND JUNCTION, Colo (KKCO) Robinson, a candidate for Colorado House District 55, held a press conference Tuesday on Main Street. He was joined by retired Republican businessman Levi Lucero. Robinson proposed Colorado Mesa University seminars for baby boomers. He says the proposal would generate revenue and marketing opportunities. Robinson also argued the Senior Homestead Exemption should follow seniors if they move to a smaller house. Currently the exemption expires if a senior downsizes.
"We've gotta look at good ideas that benefit all of us, and stop this nonsense of gridlock of who comes up with the idea. I don't care, if it's a good idea, let's embrace it and move it with it, and benefit everybody, and get over this partisanship," says Robinson.
Robinson also discussed reducing the number of days the legislature is in session, and small business micro loans of $10,000.
For more information on Robinson's campaign, visit www.danfor55.com.
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