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  1. Can $250K per year help prevent school shootings? State lawmakers think so

    As students at Arapahoe High School return to class after last month’s attack, state lawmakers are working to boost a program designed to prevent school violence.
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  2. Meet The Man Who Founded The Unity Party, Colorado's Newest Official Minor Party

    The Unity Party, which passed the 1,000-voter threshold to qualify as an official minor party in Colorado last month, has the slogan "not right, not left, but forward."
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  3. Colorado’s Legislative Year Ends With A Cram Session

    Over the past four months, state lawmakers introduced and debated nearly 700 bills. Among them were some big bipartisan wins — and losses.
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  4. State Voter Registration Data Request From White House Is On Hold

    Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said he planned to supply publicly-available data to the panel, which says it wants to investigate ballot fraud.
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  5. Denver Mayor Slams State, Federal Inaction In Pitch For Transportation Projects

    Mayor Michael Hancock announced a $2 billion plan to reduce commuter traffic, but it's unclear where the money is coming from.
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  6. Perlmutter Bows Out Of Colorado Governor's Race, Won't Seek Re-Election To Congress

    The congressman was among the first entrants into the now very-crowded Democratic field for the open governor's seat.
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  7. Your Holidays Just Got A Little Costlier: Supreme Court Upholds Colorado's 'Amazon Tax'

    Colorado says it's losing out almost $200 million in sales taxes; the U.S. Supreme Court's move means the state may be able to begin collecting on online purchases.
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  8. Republican Steve Barlock Joins The Race To Be Colorado’s Next Governor

    Barlock was an outspoken Donald Trump supporter and an alternate delegate at the Republican National Convention last year.
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  9. What Voter Data Will Colorado Turn Over To The Feds? Only What It Has To

    Voters' names and addresses will be given to the White House commission. Dates of birth and social security numbers won't be.
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  10. Colorado's Trailblazing Abortion Law Marks 50 Years

    Colorado was the first state to significantly loosen 1960s restrictions on legal abortions, six years before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide.
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