A letter from Club 20

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Local elected officials and members of Club 20 gathered Monday morning to show support for a letter from Club 20, Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado, and Progressive 15 mailed today to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. The letter asks the governor to reconsider a proposal to divert severance tax revenue from local government entities in part to shore up funding for the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights refunds in the state’s 2015-16 budget.

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