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Council unanimously approved in its consent agenda a resolution authorizing the city manager or his designee to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the Federal Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force. Periodically, the Thornton … more
School districts would have greater flexibility in deciding how much weight student academic performance would have in evaluating teachers under a bill that passed a Senate committee on March 26. But Republicans who voted against the bill would … more
As her last year at the capitol, House District 35 representative Cherylin Peniston is devoting her time to passing legislation that will enhance the lives of youth in Colorado. In her eighth year representing the Adams County side of Westminster, … more
A bill that would commission a study in advance of possible military base closings that could impact the state passed a Senate committee on March 24. The Pentagon has announced that it plans to close some military bases across the country as part … more
Telecommunications reform efforts, which have struggled for years to come out of the Legislature, could become a reality this session, under a package of bills that passed a House committee on March 25. The package of five bills includes an … more
A bill that would criminalize companies for posting people’s arrest mug shots and then charge a fee for them to be removed is on its way to the governor’s desk. Supporters of House Bill 1047 say companies often exploit arrestees for monetary … more
A bill that would expand the duty of mental health providers to inform police of patient-made threats to harm others is making its way through the Legislature. Current law provides civil immunity and requires a duty to notify on the part of … more
A bill that would create mandatory prison sentences for convictions of vehicular homicide cases involving drugs or alcohol unanimously passed a House committee on March 26. Right now, it’s possible for those convicted of either killing or … more
Colorado saw a 5 percent increase in harassment and discrimination filings from 2012 to 2013, according to the Network, a provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. “Harassment and discrimination continues to rise in the … more
As wildfire season approaches, several Colorado state lawmakers are pushing the state to secure its own aerial firefighting fleet. Republican State Senator Steve King, Senate President Morgan Carroll and Senate Minority leader Bill Cadman are behind … more
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