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Topic - Eric Sondermann
"Maybe there's an opportunity for him to play that centrist card, Mr. Reasonable, not a rubber stamp, and take HB 1224 and send it back," said Mr. Sondermann on Rocky Mountain PBS-TV's "Colorado Inside Out." "If he does that, then he can gain some centrist ground."
Denver political consultant Eric Sondermann said the governor could straddle the issue by vetoing the bill and sending it back for a redo.