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Here are highlights of this week's Colorado Politics coverage of the state legislature and the Polis administration.


> Polis signs presidential 'national popular vote' bill into law

> Colorado revenue forecast: Polis says slowing economy can still cover his priorities

> Controversial oil and gas bill passes in Senate, advances to House

> Colorado Senate gives initial OK to to sweeping oil and gas bill after hours of debate

> Judge blocks Democrats' attempt to thwart GOP delay of Colorado bills

> If the Dems won't slow down in the state Senate, the Republicans will force them to

> Colorado Sen. Vicki Marble: Secession is 'what I am hearing from people in my district' (VIDEO)

> A Republican Colorado Senate leader suggests secession over oil and gas

> Douglas County GOP condemns its own sheriff over red flag bill (VIDEO)

> AG Weiser to Colorado law enforcement: Follow the law on red-flag gun bill

> El Paso County declared '2nd Amendment preservation county' as legislature weighs red flag gun bill

> WATCH: Red-flag bill, 2nd Amendment sanctuaries: A look at the legal questions

> The 'bomb cyclone' session: Senate president, GOP debate call to stay open (VIDEO)

> Employee-leave bill advances; Senate hearing during blizzard draws complaint

> Colorado paid-family-leave bill to get 1st hearing (VIDEO)

> Colorado Senate gives bipartisan support to expanding driver's license program for undocumented immigrants

> Cellphone-driving bill is diluted in Colorado Senate; heads to House

> Colorado Senate tentatively approves hospital transparency bill

> Democrats send minimum-wage bill to state Senate

> Is it time for ending clock changes? Former Colorado lawmaker springs forward with a plan (VIDEO)

> Limit on expulsions and suspensions of young Colorado students clears first legislative hurdle

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