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Colorado lawmakers conclude effort to revamp Capitol’s policy on harassment until...

A select group of lawmakers charged with coming up with ideas for how to change the state Capitol's policy on sexual harassment wrapped up...

Just how confidential should confidential investigations of sexual harassment in Colorado’s...

Concerns over privacy have a select group of lawmakers at odds for how they should reform the statehouse policy on sexual harassment. A six-member...

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...

Polis: House rushed Patriot Act reauthorization that failed to rein in...

Colorado Democratic Congressman Jared Polis voted against the USA Freedom Act on Wednesday arguing that the bill to reauthorize and reform the Patriot Act...

Co-sponsors’ squabble over amendments kills student-data privacy bill

However, after passing unanimously in both chambers, the bill has imploded hours before the end of the session and mere metaphorical inches from the Governor's desk.

News Poem: ‘To Live in this Cemetery’

is to see the paradox of what we are / the fragile iron of our blood

Protecting student data in the age of the voracious, everywhere internet

A new bill works the space between the urge to embrace educational technology and the practice of turning students into focus groups for marketing companies.

Udall so quiet on his big issue even the NSA can’t...

On the face of it, putting some congressional guardrails on the National Security Agency’s now notorious dragnet collection of citizens’ private communication data seems like the perfect stump for Udall and not a bad bet for Gardner.

Civil and digital rights advanced

notes on the 111th day of the 2014 legislative session