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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Is Colorado's Death Penalty On Life Support?

    It's been six years since a Colorado jury sentenced anyone to death and nearly two decades since the state's last execution.
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  4. In Pueblo, Body Cameras Are An Extra Set Of Eyes, And A 'Safety Blanket'

    Since Pueblo's police department got body cameras in January, citizen complaints have dropped 17 percent, according to police.
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  5. Colorado 'Dodged A Bullet' With Mine Spill, Gov. Hickenlooper Says

    In his regular conversation with CPR News, Hickenlooper also discussed the death penalty and his leanings in the Democratic presidential race
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  6. Colo. Gets 120 New Laws: Here's 4 Worth Knowing About

    From a new felony DUI penalty to a range of workforce development policies, some of the bigger bills becoming law, three months after the end of the legislative session.
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  7. Up In The Air: What Equal Access Means For Sky Travelers With Disabilities

    While the Americans with Disabilities Act has impacted lives of people on the ground, an expert breaks down the law that governs the skies -- the Air Carriers Access Act.
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  8. Race and place contribute to Colorado Death Penalty Trials, study finds

    A team from the University of Denver analyzed nearly 500 prosecutions from 1999-2010.
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  9. 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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  10. 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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