A bill to help get 911 dispatchers the help they need passed a Colorado State House committee on Tuesday.

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Former Gov. John Hickenlooper Held In ContemptThe current Senate candidate defied a subpoena to testify in his ethics hearing.
Health Insurance Fee Bill Could Increase Premiums For Many EmployersThe Senate Finance Committee took up a bill that would generate millions of dollars to help subsidize healthcare for those who can't afford it.
Colorado Restaurant Association Wants Alcohol-To-Go Rules ExtendedA bill addressing the issue was introduced on Tuesday.
Proposed State Bill To Make Sweeping Changes To Policing After 6 Days Of ProtestsSome state lawmakers say they hear the demands of Black Lives Matter demonstrators and are taking action.
State Republicans Take Up Debate On Lawmaker SalariesCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd has been following the debate closely.
State Lawmakers Propose Police Accountability BillOne state representative introduced a bill to make sure police in Colorado are held accountable for any future actions.
Taxpayers On The Hook For State Capitol Vandalism Clean UpVandals have now damaged nine state buildings, including the Capitol, during the riots over the last few days.
George Floyd Death Reaction: Colorado House Won't Convene Due To ProtestsBecause of the violent nature of protests outside the Colorado State Capitol on Thursday night, the Colorado House will not convene on Friday or Saturday.
State Lawmakers Discuss Bill To Ensure Coloradans Get Paid Sick DaysMore than 40% of the state's workforce can't earn paid sick time.
State House Approves Remote Voting For Colorado LawmakersThe measure passed along party lines with Republicans largely opposing it.
It's Not Business As Usual As State Legislature Goes Back To WorkThe state legislature returned to work on Tuesday with a "safety first" motto.
Mail-In Ballots Become Focus Of Controversy During PandemicMail-in and absentee balloting has been around a long time.
House Republicans Warn Against Budget CutsColorado faces a $3.3 billion budget shortfall.
Governor Faces Lawsuit Over Election Process Executive OrderGov. Jared Polis says he doesn't want the coronavirus to kill chances for citizen initiatives to show up on November's ballot, but critics say what he's done is against the constitution.
Executive Orders On Ballots & Elections Process SignedGov. Jared Polis signed three executive orders surrounding elections and ballots.
Colorado's U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse Adds Ideas To 'Heroes Act'The legislation is worth $3 trillion to help recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Faithless Elector Case In Colorado Goes Before U.S. Supreme CourtU.S. Supreme Court Justices talked about bribery, chaos and even a hobbit from the Lord of the Rings trilogy in a Colorado case that could upend the electoral college system.
Colorado Governor Meets With Pres. Trump"I was invited by the President of the United States to talk about Colorado's needs and update them and that's really not an invitation that I could turn down."
Gov. Jared Polis Tweets To Elon MuskPolis wants Musk to bring Tesla to Colorado.
Gov. Jared Polis Tweets Picture Wearing Face MaskPolis is on a plane to meet with Pres. Trump about funding for Colorado.
Gov. Jared Polis To Meet With Pres. TrumpPolis will talk to Trump about getting more federal aid for Colorado.
Civic Engagement During Coronavirus Pandemic Through The RoofCBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd sees how many Coloradans are calling, writing and tuning into virtual town halls.
Gov. Jared Polis Accepts Invite From President Trump For In-Person Coronavirus MeetingGov. Jared Polis will fly this week to Washington DC to meet with President Donald Trump about the coronavirus outbreak in Colorado.
College Graduates With Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Make History In ColoradoCollege graduation is a proud achievement for any student. But, for a group of Colorado students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, it is a major milestone.

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