Gold Dome: 33 Breaches Reported Under New Privacy Law

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Since Colorado’s data privacy law went into effect in September, 33 organizations have reported breaches affecting more than 90,000 Coloradans.

A bill that would tie Colorado’s electoral college votes to the national popular vote outcome passed the state Senate without Republican support.

Denver teachers continue to strike today, but an agreement between the teachers union and the school district is expected to come soon.
One state senator is sponsoring a bill that would use lottery funds to public K-12 education.

A sweeping public lands bill backed by Sen. Cory Gardner passed the Senate yesterday. One key pillar of the legislation is an indefinite expansion of funding for parks across the U.S.

Colorado’s new ag commissioner talked about water usage, climate change and mental health in rural communities in a recent interview.

The co-founder of Denver’s International Church of Cannabis is asking for another new trial, saying the jury pre-decided the outcome of the case before it was finished.

Drug lord Joaquin Guzman, more commonly known as El Chapo, was convicted yesterday on drug conspiracy charges, and might find himself in Colorado’s Supermax prison.

President Donald Trump said he’s unhappy with the border wall agreement coming from Congress, but it seems likely that he will sign it in order to avoid another partial government shutdown.

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