THE MIX

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Ugandan LGBT activist asks Colorado students for solidarity

Clare Byarugaba traveled from Uganda this month to plea with Colorado’s student activists to support her country’s LGBT community, which has been under government attack. […] > read more

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Senate candidate Jon Keyser sues his way onto the ballot

Update, 5 p.m. April 29: Denver District Court Judge Michael Martinez has ordered Secretary of State Wayne Williams to delay finalizing the primary ballot for the […] > read more

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Denver schools making promising progress but troubling gaps persist, report says

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Melanie Asmar on April 27, 2016 Enrollment and graduation rates are up in Denver Public Schools. On state tests last […] > read more

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Thousands of fish die in Colorado, amid flood recovery projects

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials now confirm that more than 5,600 fish, mostly rainbow and brown trout, died in the Big Thompson and its North Fork, and are blaming concrete from a bridge reconstruction project, part of the state’s massive rec > read more

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Littwin: The GOP needs to win Colorado. So why is the Senate race a farce?

For those keeping score at home, yesterday was the day chaos in the Colorado Republican Party turned to farce, setting records for unforced errors along […] > read more

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Darryl Glenn seeks Blaha, Frazier support after ballot blooper

And then there were two. Maybe three. We’ll see.  But the campaigns of two more candidates in the big U.S. Senate race in Colorado were dealt potential […] > read more

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Data privacy bill clears Senate committee – with tweaks

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Todd Engdahl on April 27, 2016 A bill designed to strengthen the privacy and security of student educational data continued […] > read more

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Hospital provider fee bill survives furious House challenge

  With just 13 days to go in the 2016 legislative session, the House today held its long-awaited debate on whether to reclassify a billion-dollar […] > read more

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El Paso County GOP group endorses a Libertarian for U.S. Senate

  COLORADO SPRINGS — A group of Colorado Springs Republicans Wednesday endorsed Lily Tang Williams, the Libertarian candidate running in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race. The […] > read more

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How Colorado Dems beat attacks on the Clean Power Plan

DENVER — A months-long attempt by Republican lawmakers to halt state action on the Clean Power Plan came to a predictable end Wednesday in the […] > read more

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Wiretap: If it’s the year of the outsider, why is Clinton winning?

Inside out In the year of the outsider, in which Republicans look to either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz to lead them, it looks as […] > read more

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Lawyer trying to get Jon Keyser on the ballot also represents the state GOP

  The attorney who filed a lawsuit to help former lawmaker Jon Keyser secure a spot on the U.S. Senate Republican primary ballot also advises […] > read more