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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. After 25 Years, What Progress Has The ADA Made For People With Disabilities?

    Rocky Mountain ADA Center's Rachael Stafford says the Americans with Disabilities Act has evolved, but lags for certain people.
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  3. Colorado Republican fights party for birth control program

    Rep. Don Coram has been forced to fight against Republicans who believe that IUDs induce abortions.
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  4. After years of cutting, Colo. lawmakers now plan to spend

    Lawmakers plan to spend about $1 billion more in the upcoming year, which includes more money for K-12 and higher education.
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  5. School violence liability bill moves forward in Colorado Senate

    Backers say school districts need to be held accountable and not shielded by governmental immunity.
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  6. School violence liability bill heads to governor's desk

    If the bill becomes law, Colorado would be among the few states to give express permission for victims to sue schools for negligence.
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  7. School violence liability bill moves to House

    If the bill becomes law, Colorado would be among the only states to give express permission for victims to sue schools for negligence.
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  8. Clements murder investigation continues, as do his prison reforms

    A year after the murder of corrections chief Tom Clements, his push to limit the use of solitary confinement continues. Some say the killing has resulted in stricter enforcement of parole and an increase in the inmate population for the first time in years.
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  9. After the flood, accusations of housing discrimination

    Vacancy rates in the region were between one and three percent even before the floods in Colorado but with competition fierce for trailers and apartments, some Latino families say they're being discriminated against.
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  10. Cafe in Lyons unites a town rebuilding after Colorado floods

    The Barking Dog Café on Main Street was one of the first businesses to reopen and now residents gather there regularly to try and rebuild a sense of community.
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