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Colorado Politics - WEEKEND ROUNDUP
 

COPO'S BEST OF THE WEEK | More changeups in the General Assembly; CoPo knows how to party (and we have the pictures to prove it)

Here’s a recap of our best stories from the last seven days, authored by the Colorado Politics staff.

COVER STORY | Colorado's top advocacy groups drive the discussions

Voices drive the conversation under the gold dome in Denver, where laws and policies are written and only the loudest get heard.

INSIGHTS | Legislature will try again to lure savers into the game

Joey Bunch: "In the upcoming session, legislators will again try to hammer out a way to encourage people to save their own treasure, so I don't have to give them more of mine."  

 
 

INSIGHTS | Contraceptive questions answered quietly at Catholic hospitals

Joey Bunch: "Like politics, religion and extramarital sex ... health care isn't quite that simple, especially for the poor."

Q&A with Nancy Lewis | Helping victims heal — and move beyond fear

No one needs to tell Nancy Lewis what the rise in partisanship at the State Capitol has done to policy making. 

LYNN BARTELS | Polly Baca heartened by rise in Latino influence

Sen. Baca says she won’t rest until the number of Latino lawmakers more closely resembles the state’s ethnic makeup.

TRAIL MIX | Some primary history on Colorado's vote

Ernest Luning: Colorado voters are going to begin doing something they haven’t done in 20 years: cast ballots in a presidential primary.

 
 

Capitol M: Bipartisan Bob, and a mystery solved - week ending Jan. 18, 2020

Marianne Goodland: Colorado lawmakers — except perhaps during the heat of the primary season — are proud of being bipartisan.