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At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners approved a funding agreement for $6.8 million with the county’s school district. The money will largely go toward physical security improvements to the district’s 91 public, 15 independent charter and eight private schools.

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Regional Transportation District board members and staff on Tuesday voiced concerns in a public statement about a new Senate bill that would reform the agency’s board of directors and several key policies.

As Colorado wades into the murky waters of creating a public option insurance program, a Washington, D.C., health care advisory firm with a leader who lives in Denver has an online tool for tracking bills and issues.

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For years, Denver has fought and failed to find solutions on homelessness, and the battle continues on many fronts. Colorado Politics dives deep into whether a winning strategy is in sight.

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Kaley: "By creating a space for conservatives to connect and get involved locally, created by conservatives, CaucusRoom is not only unique, but positioned to grow quickly, and I’m ready to get to work.”

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The Regional Transportation District’s board of directors is positioned to announce the agency’s new interim general manager and CEO on Tuesday night.

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On Jan. 25, Pueblo inaugurated its year-long campaign to promote creative entrepreneurship, months after being designated a “Maker City” by the online crafts and accessories retailer Etsy.

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Not every government employee can get away with talking about romance in the workplace. But if you are Denver Clerk and Recorder Paul López, it’s part of the job.

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Hal Bidlack: "The Republicans of the 'before-time' worked for smaller government and less spending. They cared about the debt and deficit. The Republicans before 2020 worked hard to help protect us from our overseas adversaries, especially the Soviet Union and later Russia. Then came Trump."

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"I found it hard to believe that someone supposedly as knowledgeable as Hal Bidlack would be in favor of eliminating the Electoral College ... Apparently, he would like New York and California to dictate the presidential elections."

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WASHINGTON — Senators faced mounting pressure Monday to summon John Bolton to testify at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial even as Trump's lawyers brushed past extraordinary new allegations from Trump's former national security adviser and focused instead on disputed facts and histo…