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Pay Hikes For Colorado Workers Set In After RecessionColorado government employees will see their first pay increases in four years when they get their latest paychecks. It's a sign that the state is continuing its economic recovery after the recession.
Labor Unions' Ad Blitz Targets Colorado LawmakersThere's some bad news for those who thought they'd seen the end of the political ads for awhile. Now groups are hoping to sway Congress by appealing directly to voters.
How The Wisconsin Recall Election Impacts ColoradoWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker became the first governor to survive a recall when he won his election Tuesday. Now political experts on both the Republican and Democratic side say the implications of that win are far-reaching.
Cuts To Colorado Agencies Weighed In BudgetLawmakers are deadlocked over whether to cut spending at state agencies and potentially prompt layoffs in what has become the next flashpoint in Colorado budget negotiations.
Colorado Closing Canon City PrisonColorado will close a second state prison in two years because of a declining inmate population, the state Department of Corrections announced Monday.
Colorado Employees Nervously Await Employment ChangesSome 30,000 Colorado employees are waiting to see how Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper wants to change rules for employees, called the state personnel system.
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