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All quiet on the eastern front and notes on the chamber wars

Increasing sound and fury in the Capitol as both Republicans and Democrats flex their partisan muscles in their respective chambers.

That’s a wrap, folks

Tax credits, education investments, civil rights and more — all in your 2014 legislative session review

Special regulation for weed edibles, but not for experimental uranium mining

Notes from the penultimate day of the 2014 legislative session

House creates special weed bank, promises more transparency on highway projects

House approves credit unions for weed shops The House gave final approval to HB 1398 today, a measure which allows licensed weed retailers to form...

Lawmakers decide how to spend pot tax cash; RMGO knows how to kill a...

Notes from the final fugue, a.k.a. the 115th day of the 2014 legislative session

No sign of fracking ghost bill; bills OK’d on trains; Alzheimer’s; phone snooping

Gov. Hickenlooper seemed to have no more clarifying intelligence on the bill's likely materialization than do speculating members of the media.

Guv signs budget; local-control ghost bill makes racket; lots of bills pass

This year's "long bill" includes more money for public safety, $144 million for flood and wildlife recovery and $100 million to make higher education in the state more affordable.

Amazon tax and back to the future cars

notes from the last few days of the 2014 legislative session.

Civil and digital rights advanced

notes on the 111th day of the 2014 legislative session

Legislative session goes radioactive in final weeks

Sexts. Uranium. Fetuses. Oh my.
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