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Minimum Wage Debate Begins At Colorado Legislature, Workers Hold RallyA Democratic push to raise the minimum wage in Colorado notched an early success Monday at the Capitol.
Discriminated Employees Could Sue Businesses For More MoneyPeople who feel they've been discriminated against at work could sue for more money under a bill passes by the Colorado State Legislature.
Scalpers Reselling Tickets Reserved For The DisabledTicket scalpers have apparently found a new revenue stream -- somehow acquiring, then reselling Red Rocks concert tickets that were expressly intended for disabled concertgoers.
Coloradans Face Nation's Only Statewide Tax VoteThe nation's only statewide tax vote on the November ballot asks Colorado voters whether they want to temporarily raise taxes to generate $3 billion for classrooms and colleges.
Hickenlooper Taps Reeves Brown, Ellen GolombekGov.-elect John Hickenlooper has named two more people to his Cabinet, including a labor activist to head the Department of Labor and Employment that upset some Republicans.
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