Representative Millie Hamner

State Legislature
8:13 am
Tue May 27, 2014

Western Slope Lawmaker Carried Independence Pass Measure

State Rep. Millie Hamner stands above and to the right of Governor Hickenlooper during a bill signing. Hamner will discuss the measures she carried at the legislature during an event in Basalt Tuesday evening.
Credit Creative Commons/Flickr/Mike Johnston

State Representative Millie Hamner carried three times the number of bills this legislative session, than she did in the previous session. The democrat, who represents several Western Slope counties including Pitkin County, chairs the House education committee. She told Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen that she's most proud of two measures that bring hundreds of millions of dollars to Colorado schools.

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State
6:00 am
Mon April 7, 2014

State Legislature: Bill Would Make 10th Mountain Division License Plate Charitable

The 10th Mountain Division commemorative license plate could become a charity plate under a new law. It gets a vote in the Senate on Monday.
Credit State of Colorado/Department of Revenue

Lawmakers in Denver will vote on a bill Monday that would raise money for the 10th Mountain Division Foundation. The legislation would charge an extra fee for the 10th Mountain Division specialty license plate. After sailing through the House, the bill is getting a re-vote in the Senate. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

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Education
9:46 am
Tue May 28, 2013

Local State Representative Behind Controversial Education Funding Bill

Millie Hamner represents District 61 in the Statehouse, which includes Pitkin County. She introduced a controversial K/12 school funding bill during the latest legislative session.
Credit @millie_hamner (Twitter)

 

The latest legislative session in Denver was the first Lawmaker Millie Hamner spent representing Pitkin County. It was the democratic representative’s second term, but a redraw of legislative maps in 2011, broadened her district to include Pitkin County. A former superintendent of schools, she now chairs the education committee at the Statehouse. Her most controversial bill this session centered on funding for k-12 education. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen spoke with her about it shortly after the session ended on May 8th.


 

 

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