Bennet Optimistic After Senate Passes His Education Bill The Senate has passed the most sweeping education reform since No Child Left Behind in 2001, and one of Colorado's senators is leading the charge. Tougher Penalties For Multiple DUIs Among New Colorado Laws Colorado will begin punishing habitual drunken drivers with felonies and longer prison sentences, one of dozens of new laws taking effect next week.
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