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Immigrant driver's bill advances to aid Colorado farm labor
The Colorado House has passed a bipartisan bill aimed at boosting the ranks of the state's agricultural workforce by letting immigrants who are in the country illegally renew their driver's licenses online or by mail.
Much Trump talk at Colorado's whittling of governor hopefuls
Colorado's Republican and Democratic parties narrowed their gubernatorial fields at state assemblies on Saturday.
The Note: Congress is back – but not ready to act on guns
The TAKE with Rick Klein If the political world is different now, it sure won’t look like it for a while. For all the promises of action and the newfound organizing activity, and despite corporate backlash against the NRA and stirring in the states, Congress returns to session not ready to act at
Bipartisan governors say 'window' for gun reform after Florida shooting
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper discuss gun control reform measures in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
Signs of possible 'end of a two-party system': Republican governor
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper talk to ABC News' Jonathan Karl about the state of politics and why they're working together.
'This Week' transcript 2-25-18: NRA National Spokesperson Dana Loesch and Florida school shooting survivors
This is a rush transcript that will be updated. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : We haven't seen much cooperation across party lines lately -- but two prominent governors are trying to change that -- Republican John Kasich from Ohio -- Democrat John Hickenlooper from Colorado -- two term governors --
Florida shooting creates 'a window' to reform gun laws: Republican governor
The Florida school shooting that killed 17 people has created a “window” for reforming gun laws in the U.S., said a Republican governor. “Everything kind of has its time,” Ohio Gov. John Kasich told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl in an interview that aired today on “This
US could be witnessing 'end of a two-party system': Republican governor
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he believes Americans could be witnessing the “end of a two-party system.” “I don't think either party is answering people's deepest concerns and needs,” Kasich told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl in an interview that aired today on “This Week.” “I mean
Sunday on 'This Week': NRA Spokesperson Dana Loesch, Gov. John Kasich and Gov . John Hickenlooper
Sunday on ‘This Week’: NRA Spokesperson Dana Loesch, Gov. John Kasich and Gov. John Hickenlooper One week after the deadly mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with NRA National Spokesperson Dana Loesch , as well as Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student
The Note: Trump the divider — or Trump the healer?
The TAKE with Rick Klein This national conversation has a ways to go before it becomes a national movement. Recent days have revealed some forces in American politics that have been around for a while, and intensified other forces that are likely to last. What it didn’t do was solidify consensus on