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            Colorado Government

            Colorado Government

Have you ever wondered how Colorado stays balanced? It all starts with the government. Think about the last time you thought about the governor and the mayor or about what they do to serve the state. I can tell you they don’t lay around doing…nothing. Let me tell you don’t want to be in their shoes.

 The place you should start looking if you want to be a governor is the Colorado State Capitol. This place is 10 acres long…which is something huge!. Its such a trip you can go almost anywhere in the place. All of the tour people were really nice. Enough talking about the present the interesting part is the past. We all know that Colorado became a state August 1, 1876 and it was the 38th state found but do you know how it is balanced and how the laws are formed. This all begins at the State Capitol. This place is open to public which is something nice. You can learn about the governor or how the laws are made. Someday maybe I will get to work there even be the president.

 There is so much that you can discover or learn about the building. Imagine you can even learn about the history of the buildings. Trust me it looks old and boring from the outside but once you see it from the inside you don’t want to leave.Have you ever wondered how Colorado stays balanced? It all starts with the government. Think about the last time you thought about the governor and the mayor or about what they do to serve the state. I can tell you they don’t lay around doing…nothing. Let me tell you don’t want to be in their shoes.

 The place you should start looking if you want to be a governor is the Colorado State Capitol. This place is 10 acres long…which is something huge!. Its such a trip you can go almost anywhere in the place. All of the tour people were really nice. Enough talking about the present the interesting part is the past. We all know that Colorado became a state August 1, 1876 and it was the 38th state found but do you know how it is balanced and how the laws are formed. This all begins at the State Capitol. This place is open to public which is something nice. You can learn about the governor or how the laws are made. Someday maybe I will get to work there even be the president.

 There is so much that you can discover or learn about the building. Imagine you can even learn about the history of the buildings. Trust me it looks old and boring from the outside but once you see it from the inside you don’t want to leave.