[Colorado-talk] Gov. Hickenlooper Sings Bill to Move DVR

James Beal bealcorgi at aol.com
Mon May 11 20:53:27 UTC 2015

I hope this helps things but i am a bit skeptical;. if they didn't do 
ther jobs under DHS, what makes us think they will under Labor? We 
could get a lot more done if we either worked to privatize the system 
or develop a private alternative to
DVr that performs their job better than they do.
For examp-le, look at how residential rehab services developed and 
changed after
CCb started. iIwill believe something positive happens with this 
reorganization when I actually see something concrete and not a 
nan0osecond before.

James Beal
bealcorgi at aol.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Burke via Colorado-talk <colorado-talk at nfbnet.org>
To: NFB of Colorado Discussion List <colorado-talk at nfbnet.org>
Cc: Dan Burke <burke.dall at gmail.com>
Sent: Mon, May 11, 2015 8:50 am
Subject: Re: [Colorado-talk] Gov. Hickenlooper Sings Bill to Move DVR

I just want to say that as far as I know, the Governor has ot sung the
bill, though he has indeed signed it.

My thanks to alert reader Chip Johnson for the correction!


On 5/10/15, Dan Burke <burke.dall at gmail.com> wrote:
> The bill that will move Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
> (DVR) from Human Services to the Department of Labor and Employment
> made it through the Legislature and was signed into law by Governor.
> Hickenlooper on Friday.  The move will occur July 1, 2016.  The NFB of
> Colorado has a lot of work to do in the interim, so stay tuned to
> further updates.  Here's the press release:
> --
> Dan Burke
> My Cell:  406.546.8546
> Twitter:  @DallDonal

Dan Burke
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