The Colorado Senate paid tribute in April to a "Renaissance woman who has left her mark on our hearts and on this state.".

Position:People & Politics - Elaine Calzolari - Brief article
 
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The Colorado Senate paid tribute in April to a "Renaissance woman who has left her mark on our hearts and on this state." After the adjournment, senators stood in honor of Elaine Calzolari, a sergeant-at-arms in 2001 and 2002, and the calendar clerk from 2006 until April 2009. Calzolari, a noted artist whose public works can be found throughout Colorado, resigned when tests revealed that her ovarian cancer, which had been in remission, was now stage IV. The legislature threw a lunch for her after the session, and the House...

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