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Legislation in Congress that would relax rules that require businesses to become accessible to handicapped people is drawing fire from the disabled community. [Read More]
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Do Coloradans want to pay for an armed security guard in every public school? [Read More]
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There is a crowd of candidates running for Colorado governor this year, and they see the issue of gun control along some predictable lines. [Read More]
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Colorado was in the national political spotlight in 2013 when two Democratic state senators lost recall elections for supporting tougher gun control laws that year. [Read More]
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Mandatory background checks stopped 7,227 would-be gun buyers in Colorado last year for reasons that ranged from the 31 people who had homicide records to the more than 1,300 people... [Read More]
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Colorado was in the national political spotlight in 2013 when two Democratic state senators lost recall elections for supporting tougher gun control laws that year. [Read More]
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Democrats in the state Senate want state Sen. Randy Baumgardner expelled over the sexual harassment complaint from a former intern and they've introduced a resolution to force a vote on... [Read More]
Legislation to help school districts get radio equipment that talks directly to first responders was passed Wednesday by the state Senate Education Committee. [Read More]
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About 7 percent of the people who have had blood tests for lead exposure in the Colorado Smelter Superfund study area showed levels that had to be reported to the... [Read More]
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Cleaning up the Colorado Smelter Superfund site actually got underway this month when crews began removing dirt from two Pueblo yards, Environmental Protection Agency officials said Monday. [Read More]
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The Colorado Department of Human Services said it expects to announce "very soon" that it has a new superintendent for the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. [Read More]
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State Sen. Larry Crowder, R-Alamosa, has been accused of sexually harassing a state lawmaker from Denver last year and state Rep. Susan Lontine said she hadn't intended to make the... [Read More]
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The regional director of the Environmental Protection Agency is coming to Pueblo next week to meet with local officials about the Colorado Smelter Superfund study area on the South Side. [Read More]
Democrats in the state Senate now are asking for Republican Sen. Randy Baumgardner to resign his seat based on reports that an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint by a... [Read More]
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Democrats in the state Senate now are asking for Republican Sen. Randy Baumgardner to resign his seat based on reports that an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint by a... [Read More]
The state Senate gave near-unanimous approval to a resolution Wednesday asking Congress to authorize a new Veterans Affairs hospital in Pueblo for Southern Colorado veterans. [Read More]
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Democrats in the state Senate are pushing to be included in any disciplinary decision against state Sen. Randy Baumgardner over a sexual harassment complaint filed against the Republican from Hot... [Read More]
The state Senate gave near-unanimous approval to a resolution Wednesday asking Congress to authorize a new Veterans Affairs hospital in Pueblo for Southern Colorado veterans. [Read More]
Democrats in the state Senate are pushing to be included in any disciplinary decision against state Sen. Randy Baumgardner over a sexual harassment complaint filed against the Republican from Hot... [Read More]
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Alamosa Police Chief Duane Oakes thinks it's time for Colorado lawmakers to toughen state laws against killing peace officers. He is the president of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of... [Read More]
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