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While U.S. Rep Lauren Boebert says she's satisfied that the local prosecutor helping investigate allegations involving an election data security breach in Mesa County has been acting responsibly and professionally, her former campaign manager, who charged that the FBI broke down her front door and handcuffed her in front of her children last week while serving a search warrant in the case, sees it differently.

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Colorado stands to reap billions of dollars from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act over the next five years to invest in roads, bridges, airports, public transportation, water systems, the electric grid, high-speed internet and more, according to estimates prepared by the White House, congressional offices and state agencies.

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U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse helped to defuse a high-stakes game of chicken progressive and centrist Democrats played over $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which President Joe Biden signed Nov. 15. Multiple sources recounted how the Colorado congressman served as a bridge between his party's feuding factions and nudged the negotiators at crucial points to keep the talks from veering off course or, worse, completely collapsing. 

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