DENVER (AP) - Gov. Bill Ritter says he'll sign a bill on Monday to raise vehicle registration fees in Colorado.The increases will be used to pay for bridge and road repairs. The Senate gave final approval to the bill today with a 20-14 vote.
It phases in the increases over three years, ultimately costing owners of passenger cars and SUVs an extra $41 a year.
Democrats have been rushing to pass it because they say it will create thousands of construction jobs.
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