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Police Shooting Protests In Denver Calm, Lightly AttendedPolice protests were calm and lightly attended in Denver Monday, when a group of about 50 waved signs decrying police killings while a smaller group entered a fourth day of quietly mourning blacks killed by police in the last year.
5th Grader Challenges Hickenlooper To Take Bite Out Of Lyme DiseaseGov. John Hickenlooper openly puckered up at the state Capitol on Tuesday after completing the "Take a Bite Out of Lyme Disease" challenge.
Lawmakers Pass Bill To Allow Grocery Stores Sell Full-Strength BeerState lawmakers passed a bill that would allow more grocery stores to sell full-strength beer and wine. They tackled the bill on their final day of the 2016 Legislative Session.
Colorado Roads Debate Still Hanging With Session EndingColorado lawmakers from both parties declared the improvement of the state's 1950s-designed road network a top priority when they convened in January.
Presidential Primary Sees New Life In Colorado StatehouseColorado plans to revive a presidential primary for 2020 got back on track Friday at the state Capitol. But the new proposal would require voters to join a party to participate.
Vaccine Database Proposal Dies In HouseA controversial bill that would have allowed the State of Colorado to track children who are not vaccinated has died in the state Capitol.
2 Bills Benefiting Juveniles Serving Life Sentences Clear HurdleColorado's youngest murderers were up for debate at the state Capitol on Wednesday as some say juvenile killers are punished too harshly and they want a change in the law.
Youth Life Without Parole Debated By Colorado LawmakersColorado's district attorneys are opposing a Senate bill to bring the state in line with U.S. Supreme Court rulings that life without parole sentences for youth offenders are unconstitutional.
Senate OKs Colorado Budget After Vote To Keep Prison OpenColorado's Senate approved a $27 billion state budget Friday after heated debate over a last-minute allocation to keep open a privately-run prison in the rural town of Burlington on the state's eastern plains.
Bill Would Prohibit Data Mining On Student AppsState lawmakers are debating a bill that would prohibit data mining on education apps used by students.
Dozens Rally For Equal Pay At State CapitolDozens of demonstrators gathered at the state Capitol on Tuesday for Equal Pay Day.
Bill Would Target Fake Attorneys Who Prey On ImmigrantsA proposed bill would crack down on fake attorneys who prey on immigrants who need help with legal documents.

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