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Telecommunications reform efforts, which have struggled for years to come out of the Legislature, could become a reality this session, under a package of bills that passed a House committee on March 25. The package of five bills includes an … more
A bill that would criminalize companies for posting people’s arrest mug shots and then charge a fee for them to be removed is on its way to the governor’s desk. Supporters of House Bill 1047 say companies often exploit arrestees for monetary … more
A bill that would expand the duty of mental health providers to inform police of patient-made threats to harm others is making its way through the Legislature. Current law provides civil immunity and requires a duty to notify on the part of … more
A bill that would create mandatory prison sentences for convictions of vehicular homicide cases involving drugs or alcohol unanimously passed a House committee on March 26. Right now, it’s possible for those convicted of either killing or … more
Sen. Cheri Jahn spent Saturday, March 15, getting to know the businesses and people in her district, and learning about the diverse industries that Colorado is home to. “I always want to make a connection with the citizens in my district,” … more
Residents fed up with the way city officials are handling the 38th Avenue corridor project spoke up during citizen’s discussion at the March 24 meeting, asking council to bring the issue of the 38th avenue road diet to a vote in November. While … more
County commissioners will be adopting the Emergency Fire Fund with the Colorado Division of Fire and Prevention Control, a fund that was established approximately 30 years ago. A base fund in the amount of $1 million is received from participating … more
The Clerk and Recorder’s Office has 500 Ivotronic voting machines in inventory due to the changeover from widespread polling site to mail-in ballots. Although there will still be Ivotronics to support in-person voting, the clerk requested for the … more
Jeffco Parks requested $35,000 for repairs to the Fairgrounds including campsites, restroom and shower facilities, safety tile on the playground and areas for parking and the picnic pavilion. Repairs and flagstone replacement as well as adding a … more
Colorado saw a 5 percent increase in harassment and discrimination filings from 2012 to 2013, according to the Network, a provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. “Harassment and discrimination continues to rise in the … more
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