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  1. Hickenlooper stands by embattled human services director Reggie Bicha

    State lawmakers are concerned with how the DHS Executive Director Reggie Bicha manages the child welfare and mental health system.
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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Colorado Republican fights party for birth control program

    Rep. Don Coram has been forced to fight against Republicans who believe that IUDs induce abortions.
    News · Blog Post
  5. New Colo. law cracks down on medical pot cultivation, prescriptions

    The bill directs state health authorities to set new guidelines for doctors who recommend pot for "severe pain."
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  6. 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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  7. Gov. Hickenlooper still pushing plan that could reduce TABOR refunds

    In his regular conversation with Colorado Matters, the governor talked taxes, a possible veto, and the failed plan to end homelessness in Denver.
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  8. Lawmakers want new leadership at Dept. of Human Services

    When asked about the issue, Gov. Hickenlooper didn't go into any specific action he might take.
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  9. Colorado cracking down on pot pesticides

    A legislative panel voted Friday to give the state Department of Agriculture $300,000 to step up pesticide enforcement.
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  10. Progressive groups seeking veto on consumer loan interest hike

    The industry says higher rates will give borrowers with marginal credit access to loans, but groups seeking the veto argue a higher finance charge benefits no one but lenders.
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