Cyberschools Touted As Flexible, Cater To Individual StudentsHundreds of parents, students and educators came together at the state Capitol on Friday to celebrate school choice and to raise awareness about the importance of online schooling.
Victim Turned Lawmaker Takes Action To Protect Consumers From Identity TheftColorado could become a model for preventing identity theft under a bill at the state Capitol. The sponsor of the bill is a victim of identity theft himself.
State Capitol Protesters Call Civil Rights Commission 'Unjust'The future of Colorado's Civil Rights Commission is uncertain after some question the makeup of the commission. The commission is supposed to help protect people from injustice.
Lawmaker Resigns From Committee Chairman Position After Sexual Harassment AllegationsA state lawmaker is reacting to sexual harassment allegations against him by stepping down as chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Lawmaker Wants Statewide Standard For 'Rolling Stops' For CyclistsMany cyclists already make so-called "rolling stops" when they approach intersections. Now, there's legislation to legalize it with a statewide standard.
Bill Aims To Reduce Excess Opioids, Address Crisis In StateA bipartisan bill to help address Colorado’s opioid crisis passed out of a senate committee Thursday and is expected to go before the full state Senate for a vote early next week.
Lawmakers Hope To Help Parents Protect Children From Identity TheftSome state lawmakers want to give parents the help they need to protect their children from identity theft.
Superintendents Have A New Formula For Funding Public SchoolsMore than 170 superintendents from across Colorado are trying to find a different way to fund public schools.
Colorado Senate Gives Initial OK To Rural Broadband BillColorado's Senate has given initial approval to a bill that would expedite the construction of high-speed internet service in rural areas.
State Lawmakers Debate Affordable Childcare OptionsState lawmakers are debating the best way to make childcare more affordable in Colorado.
State Lawmakers Observe Moment Of Silence For Fallen DeputyState lawmakers observed a moment of silence early Tuesday morning to honor El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy Micah Flick who was gunned down in the line of duty on Monday.
Lawmakers Debate Full-Day Kindergarten FundingLawmakers are once again taking up the issue of full-day kindergarten and who pays for it. A proposed bill will be discussed at the state Capitol on Monday.

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