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  1. Colorado contraceptive funding bill faces Republican opposition

    A $23.6 million private donation that supported IUD access for low-income teens is running out, and $5 million in state money would help it continue.
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  2. Colo. DMV forced to cut drivers license services to undocumented immigrants

    Republicans on the Joint Budget Committee at the Legislature panel voted to freeze funding for immigrant driver’s license applications.
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  3. Gender salary gap widens in Colorado as Republicans undercut pay equity commission

    The pay disparity in Colorado is higher than the national average, according to newly-released federal data.
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  4. Immigrant rights supporters protest limited funding for driver's license program

    Republicans decided Wednesday to largely cut off funding for a program that grants drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants.
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  5. Some of Hickenlooper's promises last year are still 'works in progress'

    Ahead of Thursday's State of the State speech, two Capitol reporters help Colorado Matters review promises the governor made in the annual speech a year ago.
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  6. Colorado AG Coffman: Supreme Court banning gay marriage is 'hard to imagine'

    Incoming Attorney General Cynthia Coffman talks about same-sex marriage, the death penalty, marijuana and more.
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  7. Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's 2015 State of the State address

    In the speech, the governor lays out his legislative agenda for the 2015 session.
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  8. If found not guilty, Aurora shooter's new home will be state mental institution

    Jury selection for the trial of James Holmes starts today. If found guilty, he could either get the death penalty, a long prison sentence, or time in the state's mental health system.
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  9. State of the State: Hickenlooper calls for bipartisanship fiscal issues, touts recovery

    On TABOR, Hickenlooper stopped short of directing lawmakers to go to voters to allow the state to keep budget surpluses that must be refunded.
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  10. Full text of Gov. John Hickenlooper's second inaugural address

    In the speech, the governor highlights past challenges while touting plans for Colorado's future.
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