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Over the last five years, Colorado lawmakers have tried four times to pass a bill creating a system for providing paid leave for workers taking time off to tend to family needs. And now, for the fourth time, they have failed in the attempt.

On the night of the 111th day of the 120-day legislative session, the Colorado House finally voted on what was hailed as one of the most important bills before the General Assembly this year, a fix to the underfunded state pension plan that has the potential to collapse the state’s credit rating.