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‘Take Back The Second’ Gun Rights Rally Planned For Saturday At Colorado Capitol

Rally for our Rights Take Back the Second Event Flyer DENVER, Col. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Saturday, May 18th, 11am to 2pm, Rally for our Rights is hosting a TAKE BACK THE SECOND rally at the Colorado State Capitol. This event has been in the works since the Colorado Legislature passed HB19-1177 “Red Flag” Emergency Risk Protection Orders ERPO. Event speakers will include: Evan Todd – Columbine High School Shooting survivor Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams – leader in opposition to ERPO and Second...
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After Putin prank, Trump portrait to adorn Colorado Capitol

DENVER (AP) — President Donald Trump will soon join the Colorado Capitol’s wall of presidential portraits after all. Colorado’s Senate Republicans said Thursday they had quickly raised the $10,000 needed by a group that collects private donations for the portraits. Senate President Kevin Grantham launched a GoFundMe campaign after Colorado Citizens for Culture said it […]
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Prankster puts Putin’s portrait in Trump’s place in Colorado

DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Capitol’s wall of presidential portraits is missing one — President Donald Trump. KUSA-TV reports the group that collects private donations for the portraits hasn’t received a single dollar needed to hang Trump’s picture. But on Thursday, a prankster placed a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin on an easel below […]
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Thousands more teachers protest at Colorado Capitol

DENVER (AP) — Thousands of teachers protested at the Colorado state Capitol for increased school funding Friday, winning support but so far no new action from lawmakers wrapping up their work for the year. The latest gathering of teachers — the largest of three this month — led to classes being cancelled in about two […]
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In Denver, trying to put a price on the value of a newspaper

DENVER (AP) — Across the street from the Colorado Capitol rises an 11-story building emblazoned with The Denver Post's logo. No reporters work out of the building any more, only executives of Digital First Media, whose cuts at the... [Author: [email protected]]
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Colorado Lawmakers Debate Sexual Harassment And Guns In The Capitol

Tensions are high in the Colorado Capitol with gun violence, sexual harassment complaints and an election coming, so lawmakers are wary of a bill to allow visitors to bypass normal security screening.
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Colorado Capitol Placed on Lockdown After Report of Shooting

Police are still investigating what happened
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Colorado Legislature: The latest business action at the Capitol

With the close of the Colorado General Assembly's 2017 session just a few days away, it's been another busy week at the Colorado Capitol for matters of importance to business, from oil and gas regulation and family leave to the "Amazon tax" and liquor sales. Here's a look at key statehouse dispatches from our reporters Ed Sealover and Cathy Proctor. > Family-leave program for employers meets its end in Colorado Legislature > Another business personal-property tax cut bites the dust in Color...
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Colorado Legislature: This week's business action at the Capitol

It's been a busy week at the Colorado Capitol for matters of importance to business, from transportation, retirement benefits and construction law to energy, health care and last call at bars. Here's a look at key statehouse dispatches from our reporters Ed Sealover and Cathy Proctor. > Colorado Senate Republicans kill plan to launch state retirement-savings program > Colorado Republicans are resurrecting tax-free highway-bonding proposal > Denver-area hospitals look at cutting services du...
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Measures on both sides of the oil and gas debate die in Colorado Legislature

Over the course of one fateful afternoon at the Colorado Capitol, both the oil and gas industry and opponents of the growth of that industry saw their top-priority bills so far in the legislative session die in separate committees on Wednesday. On a party-line vote, the Republican-led state Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources and Energy Committee nixed House Bill 1256, which would have pushed drilling rigs back to 1,000 feet or more from school-property lines, extending their current setbacks...
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Donald Trump's Call For Millions To Rally Fizzles

President Donald Trump’s supporters held rallies across the country Monday in response to a tweet he sent Saturday:  Maybe the millions of people who voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN should have their own rally. It would be the biggest of them all!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 25, 2017 Images from the rallies show many events had crowds of a few hundred supporters or less.  In Atlanta, about 250 people gathered to sing and chant in support of the president, according to The At...
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Loree Lattik: Time to bring $15 an hour to Colorado

Colorado's working poor have been fighting for a living wage a long time. This rally at the Colorado Capitol in Denver was in 2006.
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Roan Plateau settlement allows some drilling; cancels other leases

Oil and gas drilling rigs could be working on and around the Roan Plateau in Western Colorado in two to four years following an agreement to settle a long-running legal battle, unveiled Friday. The settlement — which the Denver Business Journal reported was in the works in October— was announced in a news conference at the Colorado Capitol attended by Gov. John Hickenlooper, U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and other federal and state officials. The plateau, which soars thousands of feet… ...
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