DENVER (AP) - Colorado's recent fires and floods are dominating lawmakers' attention in the early days of the legislative session.
So far, the measures addressing natural disasters seem to be uniting the parties.
A Senate committee voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of a bill to make it easier for counties to pay for road and bridge repairs after a disaster.
And the full House could vote as soon as Wednesday to re-organize state disaster planning.
Several more measures aimed at helping disaster responders and victims are pending in the Legislature and look to have broad bipartisan support.
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