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Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 7, 20186min969
The legislation to backfill a projected $32 billion shortfall in the state employees’ pension plan is expected to be introduced Wednesday. One of the biggest priorities of the session lands near its midpoint, the same day a significant white paper on the subject is released. The bill is expected to offer a bipartisan plan for […]

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Jared WrightJared WrightJuly 15, 201648min362

DENVER — Another day, another somber moment in human history, another instance of horrible violence in the world. Thoughts and prayers for all of those in Nice, France, following the insidious terrorist attack there. Read on for your daily update in Colorado political news. Today, we've added the Daily #CoPolitics brief section to give you a complete picture of Colorado political happenings from across the web. 'This is war.' Yes, it is. — Sen. Chris Holbert Now, your substrata feed straight from Colorado's politics pipeline:


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Kara MasonKara MasonFebruary 18, 20167min414

Megan Hanson, a young woman in a purple button-down Oxford shirt, came early to the Senate State Affairs Committee hearing Wednesday afternoon, sat along the wall by the door and set up a small video camera on a tripod. One of the measures being considered by the committee was SB 43, a “Know Before You Owe” bill, aimed at protecting university students from what some say is an aggressive, predatory loan industry. But Hanson did not come to learn about the bill. She is much more interested in the bill's sponsor, former Senate President Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, who is now running to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in Colorado congressional swing district 6.