DALLAS - Colorado lawmakers went home a day early Tuesday after delivering an $18.4 billion budget and $1 billion for construction of schools in poor rural areas.

Left undone was a funding measure to keep up with the growing transportation needs in the state. In fact, lawmakers actually reduced appropriations for highways and bridges.

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