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  1. 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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  2. Voter ID bills die in the Colorado House

    The bills' Republican backers are concerned there aren't enough safeguards to prevent voter fraud with last-minute registrations.
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  3. 'Parents Bill of Rights' measure passes Senate committee

    "Senate Bill 77, to me, only rights the see-saw that we’ve kind of created where parents have felt left out," sponsor Ellen Roberts says.
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  4. System to track floods, wildfires up for funding at Colorado Legislature

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  5. Students are 'more than a score' protesters say at anti-testing Capitol rally

    About 150 teachers and students rallied at the state Capitol Wednesday calling for fewer standardized tests.
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  6. Dynel Lane charged with attempted murder in case of baby cut from expectant mom's womb

    Police say Michelle Wilkins was responding to a Craigslist ad for baby clothes when she was attacked by Lane.
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  7. Transportation, K-12 to get boost in Colorado budget plan

    The spending package worked out by lawmakers generally mirrors what the governor proposed to them last fall.
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  8. Four lawsuits seek to upend Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry

    Friday is the deadline for Colorado to respond to the first suit that was filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma.
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  9. Q&A: State regulators poised to make rules for powdered alcohol

    Following federal approval last week, powered alcohol could go on sale before summer.
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  10. Lawmakers approve bill to regulate powdered alcohol

    A product called Palcohol could go on sale this year, according to the company. Lawmakers are supporting regulation.
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