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Freshman lawmaker no fan of party politics As a freshman lawmaker in the Democratic-controlled House, Grand Junction Rep. Yeulin Willett realized quickly that in order to be an effective legislator,...
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2015/05/21 17:33
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On Aug. 4, 2014, more than a quarter of a million signatures belonging to Colorado voters were on their way to the Secretary of State’s office for the purpose of putting two citizens-initiatives that...
2015/05/20 20:21
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Courtesy of Colorado House Democrats Wildfires will continue to occur in Colorado. But in the future, businesses may get a heads-up much sooner. Developed by the National Center for Atmospheric...
2015/05/14 18:18
2015/05/14 18:18
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For decades, communities of color have asked the Colorado General Assembly to address so many social ills created, in large part, by the action or inaction of the Colorado General Assembly....
2015/05/11 16:21
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At 8:01 p.m. May 6, it was "Turn out the lights - the party's over!" on the floor of the Colorado House of Representatives for the first half of the 70th General Assembly. The House adjourned sine die...
2015/05/11 08:19
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Lobbyists aren’t having much luck on a gridlocked Capitol Hill — so more and more, they’re opening their wallets in state capitols around the country. Not keeping pace with the surge, say watchdog...
2015/05/11 03:09
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Colorado House District 57 Rep. Bob Rankin, R-Carbondale The 2015 session was more contentious than expected but still very rewarding for me. It was an honor to serve you for another session but, of...
2015/05/10 23:18
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Last Thursday, a federal court considered a challenge to the U.S. Department of Labor's important decision to extend minimum wage and overtime protections to the nation's home-care workforce. As a...
2015/05/08 07:18
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper smiles while speaking to members of the media during a news conference inside his office at the state Capitol, in Denver, Thursday, May 7, 2015. Hickenlooper answered...
2015/05/08 00:18
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper suggested Thursday he may veto two red-light camera bills sent to his desk in the final hours of the legislative session. The controversial measures — one to ban red...
2015/05/06 21:17
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DENVER (CBS4) – A bill that will make repeat drunk driving a felony in Colorado has made it to the governor’s desk and will be signed into law. The first bill was introduced in the Colorado House...
2015/05/06 12:12
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The Colorado Family Planning Initiative (CFPI) offered low-income women and teens access to low or no-cost contraceptive devices, including IUDs and implants, and trained providers in insertion and...
2015/05/06 03:18
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Paul Kashmann, a former newspaper owner, was leading former state Senate legislative aide Liz Adams in early returns for the Denver Council District 6 seat Tuesday night. Kashmann had 55 percent of...
2015/05/05 23:27
2015/05/05 23:27
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Reading, writing ... and reefer? A first-in-the-nation bill that would allow students to have medical marijuana in school is heading to the Colorado governor’s desk after passing the state...
2015/05/05 06:17
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Ballot changes being discussed in Legislature DENVER — Colorado voters would be able to see the fiscal impact of any proposed citizen’s initiative before they sign petitions to put measures onto the...
2015/05/04 22:27
2015/05/04 22:27
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Colorado House Democrats have passed a plan that would prevent future taxpayer refunds to use the money for education and transportation. The booming economy means Colorado is collecting more taxes...
2015/05/03 05:17
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New GJEP director hits the ground running, with a fresh perspective on messaging Kristi Pollard started her new position Monday, April 27, as executive director of the Grand Junction Economic...
2015/05/02 05:17
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Lawmakers grapple with plan to bolster state pension fund DENVER — Moments after the Colorado House gave final Friday approval to a bill designed to help the state’s largest public employee pension...
2015/04/30 23:18
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An amended version of a bill that would allow victims and relatives of school violence to sue school districts passed out of committee in the Colorado House on Thursday. The bill, Senate Bill 213,...
2015/04/30 06:17
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Senate panel waters down drone camera bill DENVER — A Senate committee dramatically altered a bill Wednesday that would have made it a crime to take someone’s picture if the subject of that shot...
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