Session Ending: Big Ticket Issues Fall Apart, But Grocery Beer Bill Still AliveCompromises on many big issues are falling apart as the legislature heads into its final hours, and the decisions will soon fall on the voters in November.
Colorado Closer On Tough Student Data Privacy LawColorado is one step closer to adopting one of the nation's toughest laws to protect the privacy of student data.
Student Data Privacy Bill Advances In Colorado HouseColorado's House has passed a bill to protect the personal information of public school students who use online programs and apps in the classroom.
Bill Would Prohibit Data Mining On Student AppsState lawmakers are debating a bill that would prohibit data mining on education apps used by students.
Student Privacy Bill Authors Call It The Toughest In USEducation apps have become increasingly popular in schools, and teaching isn't the only thing they're being used for.
Colorado Lawmakers Look To Regulate Fantasy Sports Sites Rather Than Ban ThemLawmakers in Colorado are considering a bill to regulate fantasy sports websites like DraftKings and FanDuel.
Both Parties Agree 'Something Has To Be Done' After Caucus ProblemsColorado may resurrect its presidential primary after frustration at caucuses on Super Tuesday reached a boiling point.
Pro-Gun Candidates Win Colorado Senate PrimariesRepublicans in a pair of suburban Denver districts nominated conservative, pro-gun rights candidates Tuesday to represent them in races that could give the GOP a majority in the state Senate for the first time in a decade.
Colorado Democratic Party Chooses New DirectorThe Colorado Democratic Party has hired a woman who helped with Barack Obama's first presidential campaign to be its next executive director.
Colorado Democratic Party HQ VandalizedColorado Democratic Party officials say eleven windows were smashed over the weekend at state party headquarters in Denver.

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