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After cruising through the Senate, the House this week put the breaks on a bill that sought to ban red light cameras and photo radar systems in Colorado. The legislation officially met its demise during a House Appropriations Committee hearing on April 30, but the bill sponsor, House Speaker Mark Ferrandino, D-Denver, had pretty much accepted its defeat before it even got there. more
Clancy’s Irish Pub is located on the backside of an abandoned L-shaped plaza that stands next to a dilapidated, empty store. The asphalt of the parking lot is ravaged with pot holes. The pub is a part of a rundown shopping center on the … more
On Track USA is offering free seminars to help people improve their opportunity to buy a home. The seminar will include financial education, about how to rehabilitate financial and credit situations, and give them the knowledge to attain the goal of … more
Jeffco Board of Education Treasurer, Jill Fellman, announced she will be seeking outside legal counsel after receiving what she believes is a legally threatening email from the board’s attorney, Brad A. Miller on Thursday, April 24. The email … more
There will be no campaign for a fourth term for Rep. Sue Schafer (D-Wheat Ridge), and that’s the way she wants it so she can give all her attention to her family. “Being a lawmaker is an intense job, and I’ve done a lot of traveling for my … more
Voting for the West Metro Fire Rescue special district election closes on May 6, and one of the key issues voters need to decide on is whether or not to approve a property tax increase of 3 mills. This is the first mill increase the district has … more
Efforts aimed at bolstering individual privacy are gaining steam at the Legislature. A bipartisan resolution and a separate bill that limits government surveillance passed the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 23. The resolution — … more
A bill that makes college a little less expensive is on its way to the governor’s desk. The “College Affordability Act” pumps $100 million into higher education funding, much of which will go toward student financial aid. The bill also … more
A bill that creates a felony for child trafficking cases received unanimous support in the House on April 24. House Bill 1372 takes on the practice of “rehoming,” where parents use the Internet to advertise the sale of their children. The … more
A bipartisan effort to rebuild rivers and streams that were impacted by last year’s floods passed a House committee with unanimous support on April 23. Senate Bill 179 creates a $2.5 million grant fund that will pay for stream restoration and … more
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