Ritter’s last bills focus on Colorado clean energy
DENVER (AP) – Gov. Bill Ritter is set to hold his final bill signing ceremony and he’s using the event to focus on renewable energy.
He plans to sign a package of bills during Friday’s event.
They includes ones to create a smart grid task force, start a green jobs training program in the governor’s office and set up a green jobs advisory council.
Since taking office in 2007, Ritter has signed nearly 60 pieces of clean-energy legislation.
In January, Ritter announced he wouldn’t run for a second term.
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