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Free Public Wireless Internet Comes To Colo. Capitol

Colorado Capitol hallways buzzed today with the news that the General Assembly has “soft launched” a free, public wireless Internet service. The service goes by the identification COGA, which stands for Colorado General Assembly.

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Colorado Panel Meets In Secret To Give Journalist Recommendations

Unlike at least one dozen other committees advising either the legislature or the governor, meetings of the standing committee of the Colorado Capitol Press Association are not open to the public.

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Springs Legislator Floats Idea To Let Credentialed Lobbyists Bypass Security

“Security is important, nobody denies that, but … it has been my observation that people sometimes are stacked up literally 100 deep to go through security,” Rep. Larry Liston said.

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Gazette, Following Others’ Lead, To Drop Capitol Presence In 2010

The Gazette’s political reporter, Dean Toda, recently departed the newspaper as part of a round of layoffs that cost the jobs of 10 percent of newsroom staffers.

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New Flash: A Journalist Actually Gets Hired At Colo. Capitol

Charles Ashby, a veteran reporter who was let go by The Pueblo Chieftain at the end of the previous session, soon will report full-time for the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.

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