DALLAS - The Colorado House yesterday gave the state's proposed $17.6 billion budget initial approval as battles continued over funding for transportation, education, and renewable energy.

With state revenues expected to fall $700 million over five years, Republicans leveled charges that the majority Democrats were unrealistic in adding 1,334 full-time state jobs.

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