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  1. After Obama's order, Colorado's undocumented immigrants ready to 'get out of the shadows'

    While immigration reform activists celebrated, Colorado's Republican Congressmen warned the president is setting a bad precedent.
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  2. Legislators promise changes to Colorado child welfare system after audit

    A report from the state auditor found that Colorado’s child welfare system lacked proper oversight and guidance.
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  3. Compromise key to 2015 Colorado legislative session

    Any bill that passes will need bipartisan support. But watchers also expect parties to play to their base.
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  4. Denver mayor: Affordable housing shortage threatens city's identity

    Mayor Michael Hancock says more than a third of Denverites struggle to pay rent in the city.
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  5. Powerful budget committee warms to Hickenlooper's spending plan

    While lawmakers seemed generally receptive to the governor's budget plan, disagreements loom over how to handle taxpayer rebates.
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  6. As new leaders chosen, Colorado Senate Republicans' lucky number is 18

    The newly elected state Senate President celebrated Republicans' 18-17 hold on the chamber by buying Peyton Manning jerseys for his whole caucus.
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  7. 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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  8. Auditor criticizes I-70 planning process as CDOT chief retires

    Gov. Hickenlooper said that current Executive Director Don Hunt never intended to serve two terms.
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  9. Education, tax refunds top Gov. Hickenlooper's budget plan

    If lawmakers agree, state spending would go up by $1.7 billion in the fiscal year that starts next July.
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  10. Tiny 'Bonanza City,' and what it means to be a small town

    Bonanza, nestled in southwest Colorado's mountains, could be stripped of its township. As a controversy swirls, The Atlantic's James Fallows speaks about the resilience of small-town America.
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