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Former Colorado House Speaker Romanoff Gets New Advocacy Job

Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has been named president and CEO of Mental Health America of Colorado.


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Idea To Change Allocation Of Colorado House Seats Dropped

Organizers of a ballot proposal to change how seats are apportioned in the Colorado House have dropped the idea because of a lack of signatures.



Former AP Colorado Capitol Reporter Carl Hilliard Dies At 76

Former Associated Press Colorado Capitol reporter Carl Hilliard, who was known for his wit and a weekly newspaper column died Sunday of a heart attack.


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2 Final Gun Bills Passed By Colorado Democrats

The Colorado House passed stricter restrictions on gun ownership by domestic offenders and required in-person training for concealed-carry permits.


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Teen Tanning Bed Limits Win OK in Colorado House

A ban on tanning bed use by children under 15 and new limits on tanning by older teens have won initial approval in the Colorado House.


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Death Penalty Repeal Awaits Colorado Vote

The future of the death penalty in Colorado could hinge on a vote scheduled in the Colorado House Tuesday.


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Colorado Lawmakers Consider More Money For English

Republicans and Democrats are taking another look at how the state funds programs to help students who are learning English as a second language.


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Colorado House Advances Civil Unions For Gay Couples

The Colorado House advanced a bill granting civil unions for gay couples after a debate that started with Democratic House Speaker Mark Ferrandino telling colleagues that the measure is about family, love, and equality under the law.


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Betty Benavidez, First Latina In Colorado House, Dies

Elizabeth “Betty” Benavidez, the first Hispanic woman elected to the Colorado House of Representatives, has died.


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Facebook Privacy Bill Backed By Colorado House

A social media privacy bill that would prevent employers from requiring employee passwords has won initial approval in the Colorado House.



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