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Colorado Politics - AFTERNOON UPDATE
 
 

Investigations mount into campaign finance complaints filed against Tina Peters

The Secretary of State's Office announced on Monday that it's investigating a second complaint alleging campaign finance violations by Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters. Read more

Lawmakers approve bills restoring PERA cut, addressing police and fire benefits

A panel of lawmakers charged with crafting legislation governing pensions for police, firefighters and state employees on Tuesday approved a trio of bills ahead of the coming legislative session.  Read more

 
 

Denver council OKs $1.2 million settlement for teen who was beaten by police

A man who was beaten and tased by Denver police when he was 17 years old is set to receive a $1.2 million settlement after the Denver City Council approved the funds Monday. Read more

SCOTUS to hear appeal of Navajo man charged twice for crime in Colorado

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of a Navajo man who claims that the charges he faced for in the tribal and federal justice systems for a single crime in Colorado violated double jeopardy. Read more

 
 

Jeff Wasden to head up new multi-state group called Small Business Executives

The friendly face of a familiar former Coloradan is set to lead a new effort to communicate innovations and ideas across state lines.

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SENGENBERGER | Tri-Co. Health's death was overdue

Jimmy Sengenberger: Tri-County Health Department's Dr. John "Douglas still hasn’t completed — has never even considered — a meaningful cost-benefit analysis for his actions."

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