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No Clear Answer On Selfie Ballot Ban IssueThere was no clear answer on the future of selfie ballot bans in Colorado but the Secretary of State and Attorney General said they would not change the law and would not enforce the ban.
State Senator Files Lawsuit Over Selfie Ballot BanA state senator from Colorado Springs has filed a lawsuit asking a judge to declare a ban on taking pictures of ballots that are marked, unconstitutional.
Colorado 'Ballot Selfie' Ban Sparks OppositionA Colorado ban on so-called "ballot selfies," where voters share photos of their completed ballots, is sparking opposition.
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.
Republican-Controlled Senate Passes Bill That Helps Gay CouplesThe bill addresses situations where a couple got a civil union license and then later got a marriage license after the U.S. Supreme Court decision last year.
Gay Conversion Therapy Ban Dies In Colorado SenateColorado is not joining at least six states that ban or limit psychotherapy which seeks to change the sexual orientation of minors.
Colorado Senate Votes To Loosen Rules For Poultry FarmersColorado's local-food movement won a significant victory in the state Senate Tuesday, when lawmakers unanimously agreed to make it easier for small-time chicken farmers to sell directly to consumers.
Colorado Right-To-Die Bill Rejected By State Senate PanelA committee in Colorado's Republican-controlled Senate has rejected a right-to-die bill following hours of emotional testimony from dozens of citizens, many of whom want another option to end their lives on their own terms.
Police Oversight Bills Hit Choppy Water At Colorado CapitolA package of bills designed to increase law enforcement oversight is running into trouble at the state Capitol.
Colorado Lawmakers Agree Edible Pot Must Get New LookEdible marijuana sold in Colorado must have a new look. That's according to state senators from both parties who rejected a bill Wednesday to loosen a requirement that pot cookies and candies not look like regular foods.
Colorado May Give Up On Changing Edible PotColorado may throw a white flag on one of its toughest marijuana problems to emerge in the new market -- making sure that edible pot products can't be confused with regular foods.
Proposed Powdered Alcohol Bans Gets Support, OppositionA proposal that would ban powdered alcohol is getting both support and resistance at the state Capitol.

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