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It’s Called ‘Public’ Parking, But You Can’t Park Here

THE CAPITOL GAME: The James Merrick State Parking Facility, which won an award for excellence in public parking structures, is exclusively for state employees — adding to the already-high cost of civic participation in Colorado.

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House Leads, Senate Lags

THE CAPITOL GAME: Modernizing Colorado politics is said to be a priority for legislators, although more so for Colorado’s House than for its Senate.

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Colorado In The Minority When It Comes To Wireless

THE CAPITOL GAME: Colorado is in a minority of states that provides wireless access at capitols to its staff but not to its citizens, according to a national survey.

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Videotestifying Is An Idea Whose Time Isn’t Coming

THE CAPITOL GAME: Videoconferencing and teleconferencing from remote locations to lawmakers in Denver would save people loads of time and money. But hearing testimony from offsite poses legal, administrative and financial obstacles for our cash-strapped state.

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