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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Guest opinion: Why Public Lands Day matters to us allprovide and forget completely the dots that connect yesterday’s public lands be
Guest opinion: Why Public Lands Day matters to us all
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 4 days ago
provide and forget completely the dots that connect yesterday’s public lands benefactors with today’s and tomorrow’s. Some Colorado Senate members still want to wrest control of lands we all cherish through SB 160, allowing special interests to... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Column: Why Public Lands Day matters to us allprovide and forget completely the dots that connect yesterday’s public lands be
Column: Why Public Lands Day matters to us all
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 4 days ago
provide and forget completely the dots that connect yesterday’s public lands benefactors with today’s and tomorrow’s. Some Colorado Senate members still want to wrest control of lands we all cherish through SB 160, allowing special interests to... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Broomfield city council hears report on legislative actionscommittee. Senate Bill 194, otherwise known as the Regional Transportation Dev
Broomfield city council hears report on legislative actions
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 6 days ago
committee. Senate Bill 194, otherwise known as the Regional Transportation Development Act, saw bipartisan support in the Colorado Senate and was carried in the House by Assistant Majority Leader and the House Minority Leader, but it was killed in... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Is your cannabis clean? Colorado pesticide recalls pull pot products off shelvessession to create a label for marijuana that had been produced without pesticid
Is your cannabis clean? Colorado pesticide recalls pull pot products off shelves
Summit Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
session to create a label for marijuana that had been produced without pesticides. However, it was narrowly rejected in a Colorado Senate committee earlier this month. “You’re a student, but there’s no grading system, so why do you try?” Bluse... Read more
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Roll Call
Republican Jon Keyser Enters Colorado Senate RacePresidential forum luncheon in Washington, D.C., late last year. Politico foll
Republican Jon Keyser Enters Colorado Senate Race
Roll Call / Posted 7 days ago
Presidential forum luncheon in Washington, D.C., late last year. Politico followed up with a story, "NRSC Chasing New Colorado Senate Candidate," suggesting Keyser would be the establishment's pick. But as Nathan Gonzales reported in the... Read more
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Roll Call
Colorado GOP Squabbles Complicate Bennet Challengepublic display of what the rumors had been; it’s pretty troubling that the atto
Colorado GOP Squabbles Complicate Bennet Challenge
Roll Call / Posted 7 days ago
public display of what the rumors had been; it’s pretty troubling that the attorney general is going around threatening people." The Colorado Senate contest is rated a Leans Democratic contest by the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report/Roll C... Read more
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Roll Call
Can Republicans Repeat an Upset in Colorado?state. In fact, Sabato, the Cook Political Report and the Rothenberg & Gonzale
Can Republicans Repeat an Upset in Colorado?
Roll Call / Posted 7 days ago
state. In fact, Sabato, the Cook Political Report and the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report/Roll Call all agree the Colorado Senate race, still in its infancy, leans toward the Democrat. It is not a tossup, no matter how many fundraising... Read more
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NBC News
Senate Makeup Limits Clinton's Vice Presidential Choicesand Arizona after Obama elevated then-Govs. Kathleen Sebelius and Janet Napolit
Senate Makeup Limits Clinton's Vice Presidential Choices
NBC News / Posted 9 days ago
and Arizona after Obama elevated then-Govs. Kathleen Sebelius and Janet Napolitano to his cabinet. Democrats kept the Colorado Senate seat left behind by Ken Salazar, who become Secretary of the Interior, but only after one of the most... Read more
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Denver Post
Andrews: Why I switched to Trump"Let them eat cake" isn't an adult solution. Reflect that President Hillary Cli
Andrews: Why I switched to Trump
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
"Let them eat cake" isn't an adult solution. Reflect that President Hillary Clinton would be as disastrous as the queen who first said that, and you'll switch, too. John Andrews (andrewsjk@aol.com) is former president of the Colo... Read more
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Denver Post
Colorado leaders cite lobbying pressure in alcohol in groceries billthat issue by the time they were done. "I don't think that serves the state of
Colorado leaders cite lobbying pressure in alcohol in groceries bill
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
that issue by the time they were done. "I don't think that serves the state of Colorado very well." The bill passed the Colorado Senate on Monday, 34-1, with only Democratic Sen. Andy Kerr of Lakewood in opposition. It passed the House on... Read more
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Summit Daily News
The Colorado News Roundup: Bills go through House, Senate in mad dash before session ends ()a summary of what’s gone on in the state: SENATE KILLS ITS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMAR
The Colorado News Roundup: Bills go through House, Senate in mad dash before session ends ()
Summit Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
a summary of what’s gone on in the state: SENATE KILLS ITS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BILL, WILL TAKE UP HOUSE VERSION The Colorado Senate effectively killed a bill it introduced last weekto provide a state presidential primary that excluded... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Senate led presidential primary bill dies, House version likely to see same fatethe legislative session. Sources tell KRDO NewsChannel 13 the bill, which was
Senate led presidential primary bill dies, House version likely to see same fate
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 15 days ago
the legislative session. Sources tell KRDO NewsChannel 13 the bill, which was co-sponsored by a bipartisan effort in the Colorado Senate was killed after lawmakers couldn't reach consensus. A Hosue-led version that some lawmakers disliked from... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Editorial: Anti-immigrant Republicans abet black marketLast year, because of their need to put their party’s anti-immigrant orthodoxy
Editorial: Anti-immigrant Republicans abet black market
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 16 days ago
Last year, because of their need to put their party’s anti-immigrant orthodoxy ahead of public safety and reality, Colorado Senate Republicans did their best to strangle a state law that allows some people who are in the country illegally to get... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Bill would allow medical marijuana use in schoolsto their prescribed medication while on school grounds or at school events. Ho
Bill would allow medical marijuana use in schools
Craig Daily Press / Posted 17 days ago
to their prescribed medication while on school grounds or at school events. House Bill 16-1373 was approved 35-0 by the Colorado Senate Tuesday after successfully working its way through the Colorado House of Representatives and House... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Bill would give universities greater freedommy sheep herders how to herd the sheep. I expect them to get it done.” The bil
Bill would give universities greater freedom
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
my sheep herders how to herd the sheep. I expect them to get it done.” The bill passed on a 51-13 vote, and heads to the Colorado Senate for more debate. STEALING NEWSPAPERS Newspaper theft is seen as a form of censorship, someone trying to... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Bill to ensure 'Mile High' stays on stadium fails; Broncos fans reactthat would have kept "Mile High" on the stadium no matter who is sponsoring it
Bill to ensure 'Mile High' stays on stadium fails; Broncos fans react
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 18 days ago
that would have kept "Mile High" on the stadium no matter who is sponsoring it at the time. The bill ended up dying in the Colorado Senate, and Representative Dan Pabon, D-Denver, is still not quite sure what happened. “Conspiracy by the Oakland... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Colorado Senate delays measure on pharmacy choice DENVER — The Colorado Senate delayed voting on a bill Thursday that would all
Colorado Senate delays measure on pharmacy choice
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
DENVER — The Colorado Senate delayed voting on a bill Thursday that would allow Coloradans a choice in what pharmacies they want to use. The delay came primarily from Sen. Owen Hill, R-Colorado... Read more
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Denver Post
Senate Republicans kill bill to retain "Mile High" in stadium's nameA Colorado Senate committee didn't feel good about a piece of feel-good legisla
Senate Republicans kill bill to retain "Mile High" in stadium's name
Denver Post / Posted 20 days ago
A Colorado Senate committee didn't feel good about a piece of feel-good legislation offered by House Democrats, killing a bill Thursday that would made the "Mile High" stadium name a matter of law, not choice. The bill failed on a 3-2 party-line... Read more
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Denver Post
Proposed construction defects bill on life support at legislaturethe Denver Chamber of Commerce "scuttled" a construction defects reform bill th
Proposed construction defects bill on life support at legislature
Denver Post / Posted 20 days ago
the Denver Chamber of Commerce "scuttled" a construction defects reform bill that was being readied for introduction. But Colorado Senate majority leader Mark Scheffel, the Republican lawmaker who has been working on the compromise measure, had... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Senate tightens juvenile life-sentence billbill DENVER — A greatly altered bill dealing with life-without parole sentence
Senate tightens juvenile life-sentence bill
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
bill DENVER — A greatly altered bill dealing with life-without parole sentences for violent juvenile offenders cleared the Colorado Senate on Tuesday. The measure, which initially was seen by district attorneys as something that could lead to the... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Here’s what’s happening in Coloradowho is collecting data and why. The bill goes back to the House for final appr
Here’s what’s happening in Colorado
Summit Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
who is collecting data and why. The bill goes back to the House for final approval before reaching the governor’s desk. Colorado Senate passes juvenile life sentencing bill DENVER — Colorado’s Senate has passed a bill that would bring the state... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Regional Center bill to be heard this weekGrand Valley residents can then go to Colorado Mesa University at 1100 North Av
Regional Center bill to be heard this week
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
Grand Valley residents can then go to Colorado Mesa University at 1100 North Ave. to testify. The bill, which cleared the Colorado Senate last week on a unanimous vote, calls for allowing the residents and their guardians first to choose where... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Jon Keyser is officially on the Republican primary ballot for U.S. SenateKeyser has won his first battle against a member of his own party as he hopes t
Jon Keyser is officially on the Republican primary ballot for U.S. Senate
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 26 days ago
Keyser has won his first battle against a member of his own party as he hopes to become the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Colorado. On Friday morning, a Denver district court judge ruled that Keyser can be on the primary ballot, days... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Wage complaint transparency bill passes Colorado Houseit difficult to assess the health of the labor market and how to address proble
Wage complaint transparency bill passes Colorado House
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 27 days ago
it difficult to assess the health of the labor market and how to address problems. HB16-1347, if it wins approval in the Colorado Senate, would make information obtained by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment in its wage... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Work on Clean Power Plan to continuehave not stopped actively planning for the future, and neither should Colorado
Work on Clean Power Plan to continue
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
have not stopped actively planning for the future, and neither should Colorado state agencies.” Republicans in the Colorado Senate, who have a one-vote majority and approved the bill last month on an 18-17 vote, have made the stay and the... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Gardner faces Klingenschmitt in Senate District 12and other notably conservative moves while serving as a lawmaker, Gardner is be
Gardner faces Klingenschmitt in Senate District 12
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 28 days ago
and other notably conservative moves while serving as a lawmaker, Gardner is being painted as "liberal" by his opponent for Colorado Senate District 12, the seat now held by the term-limited Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Ninth-grade testing won't be optionalwould have given school districts the option of having an assessment test for n
Ninth-grade testing won't be optional
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
would have given school districts the option of having an assessment test for ninth-grade students died on the floor of the Colorado Senate on Monday. Supporters of the measure, SB5, said since the federal government no longer requires such tests,... Read more
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The Hill
Energy issues factor in battle for Senateover drilling and climate change. “There’s little doubt that environmental and
Energy issues factor in battle for Senate
The Hill / Posted 30 days ago
over drilling and climate change. “There’s little doubt that environmental and energy issues will be prominent in the Colorado Senate race this year. We’ve heard from public opinion research that one of the top reasons people are moving to our... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
'Notarios' deception target of measuredisclaimer in any advertisement that he or she is not an immigration consultant
'Notarios' deception target of measure
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
disclaimer in any advertisement that he or she is not an immigration consultant.” The bill won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Friday, but not without a major change. An amendment, offered by Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, stripped... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Regional Center plan
gets initial approvalare taken care of will drive what happens next to the aging facility under a bi
Regional Center plan
gets initial approval
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
are taken care of will drive what happens next to the aging facility under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Friday. Numerous senators made it clear that under SB178, the first thing that will be considered in... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Coloradoregion to determine health insurance costs has passed the Colorado House of Rep
Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Colorado
Craig Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
region to determine health insurance costs has passed the Colorado House of Representatives and will now head to the Colorado Senate for a vote. Currently, Colorado is divided into nine regions, each with its own health insurance rates... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Drillers may have to reveal planssome form of medical marijuana, which primarily is limited to patches, oils or
Drillers may have to reveal plans
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
some form of medical marijuana, which primarily is limited to patches, oils or edibles. The bill, which now heads to the Colorado Senate, bars any use of smokeable marijuana on school grounds. The bill passed on a 56-9 vote, with Rep. Yeulin... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Guest opinion: Data-collection overload strangles rural schoolscollection of information about students and teachers. (No doubt, I voted for s
Guest opinion: Data-collection overload strangles rural schools
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 1 months ago
collection of information about students and teachers. (No doubt, I voted for some of these mandates during my years in the Colorado Senate.) While this reporting bureaucracy is burdensome for all schools, it’s becoming especially overwhelming for... Read more

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