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State Legislature Can Continue After Coronaviurs PandemicThe Colorado Supreme Court ruled the state legislature does not have to hold its 120 session all at once.
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Colorado To Get More Coronavirus Funding As A 'Major Disaster Area'President Donald Trump approved a request by Gov. Jared Polis to declare a major disaster for Colorado.
Cory Gardner, Michael Bennet Applaud Senate's Passage Coronavirus Relief PackageSenate leaders of both parties agreed on a sweeping $2 trillion financial relief package to help American workers, businesses and the strained health care system survive the virus outbreak.
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Sen. Michael Bennet Urges Trump Administration To Help Solve PPE ShortageBennet said that the problem isn't up to the states to solve and they need help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Congressman Ken Buck Warns Of 'Overreaction' To CoronavirusA Colorado congressman urges for "measured response" to coronavirus.
Rep. Jason Crow Wants To Help Small Businesses During CoronavirusThe Democrat wants to make it easier for them to get loans.
Sen. Cory Gardner Skypes While In Coronavirus QuarantineGardner, a Republican representing Colorado, was in his first day of quarantine after getting a call from Tri-County Health Department.
COVID-19 Spurs Gun Sales In ColoradoOne gun shop in Castle Rock says their business has increased by 300%.
The Colorado Capitol Is Now Closed Because Of Concerns About CoronavirusThe Colorado state capitol public tours are cancelled and as of Saturday March 14th, lawmakers will be staying away even though it's the middle of their session.
Sen. Cory Gardner Helps Pass Land & Water Conservation Funding BillThe conservation fund was created in 1965 but all the money hasn't been appropriated until now.
Public-Private Health Insurance Option Debated At State CapitolA bill to create a public-private health insurance option in Colorado is being heard at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
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