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ICYMI: The week that was in politics

Author: Mike McKibbin - February 12, 2017 - Updated: February 13, 2017

Colorado lawmakers hope they can finally make some headway over the construction defects issue and help spur more condominium growth. But another bill is attempting to address the affordable housing issue from a different angle: mobile home parks and how their residents might be able to stay in them when an owner wants to sell the land they sit on. And two Colorado Democratic lawmakers who hoped they wouldn't have to open their state Capitol offices to the homeless to make a point about their bill, dubbed the Right to Rest bill, was to be considered for the third year in a row.

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Mike McKibbin

Mike McKibbin

Mike McKibbin is a Denver and Washington political reporter for The Colorado Statesman. A long-time Colorado-based journalist, he has worked as an editor and bureau reporter and won numerous Colorado Press Association and Associated Press awards. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcKibbin7 and email mike@coloradostatesman.com.