DALLAS — A $19 billion budget that cuts spending for prisons and provides $98.5 million of property tax relief for senior citizens goes to the Colorado Senate after winning approval in the House on Thursday.

Only one member of the Republican-controlled House, Rep. Chris Holbert, R-Parker, voted against the budget bill. The Democratic-controlled Senate begins consideration on Monday.

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