As the state sees more revenue from taxes, Gov.  John Hickenlooper says he will restore cuts. The state’s revenue has seen an uptick of $231 million, enough to restore cuts planned for this year, including money for K-12 education. Colleges, local grants and the poorest seniors will also benefit. Read more at the Denver Post.
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