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Senate Bill 164 specifies that each shelter shall offer timely veterinary care to dogs and cats, as well as prohibits lodging the animals in a fashion that “fosters obsessive-compulsive or self-mutilating behavior.” 

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Current state law sets a two-year window for homeowners to report a defect to a builder or developer once they've found it; most states have ten years and only four have shorter time frames. 

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Joey Bunch: "I don’t like to mix politics and religion, so I’ll leave Jude the Apostle out of this. The Colorado General Assembly, nonetheless, could use a patron saint of desperate cases and lost causes, maybe Saint Postponed Indefinitely."

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The measure, which would ban discrimination of traits based on race and received a shout-out at Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony, advanced in the Colorado legislature Wednesday as the House passed it on a 42-21 vote.

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The Polis administration and state Democratic leaders have a goal to get Colorado out of the private prison business. But how that happens will test the Department of Corrections and the people running the facilities.

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“Health information technology and innovative digital strategies are key to lowering health care costs. The work done by the Office of eHealth Innovation is critical in our efforts to make health care more affordable for Coloradans.”

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Battle lines over vaccinations were officially drawn Tuesday, when legislation to standardize exemptions and promote compliance was officially filed in the state Senate.

Democrats are continuing their vigorous march toward clean energy with a bill that cleared the House Energy and Environment Committee Monday, but it’s one that raises big concerns for the state’s largest investor-owned utility, Xcel Energy.

She is the president of Centennial-based Kogovsek & Associates, which specializes in water management, development and conservation, as well as the use and protection of public lands, American Indian issues and access to federal support, including lobbying.

Gov. Jared Polis talked about electric cars, Front Range rail and public option insurance in a wide-ranging chat with a Politico reporter Friday in Washington during the news organization’s 10th annual State Solutions Conference in Washington, D.C.

The Senate Education Committee took up two bills aimed at improving mental health for students Thursday, one that would give adults on campus more tools to spot and address problems, and the other would make a mental health day a valid reason to miss school. Both passed unanimously.

A Republican vacancy committee will convene in Littleton on Saturday to appoint a new representative for House District 38.