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Colo. High Court May Say Yes To TV, But Not Until 2013

The Colorado Supreme Court is considering broadcasting its proceedings, but those telecasts — whether on cable television or the Internet — won’t begin until the new Ralph Carr Justice Center is completed in 2013, a top court official said Friday.

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What Colo. Opinion Writers Are Saying Today

They address Josh Penry’s planned exit from Colorado Senate, Rep. Cory Gardner’s questioning of membership fees Colorado pays, and Bill Ritter’s secret cell-phone bills.

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New TV Authority’s Modest Budget Precludes Larger Ambitions

A new state authority set up to produce broadcasts of the Colorado House and Senate will next week consider a 2010 budget that allows for those broadcasts only.

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Lawsuit Would Permit Citizens to Talk to State Oil & Gas Commission

A lawsuit seeking to make it possible for citizens to talk directly to the state’s oil and gas regulators is still awaiting its day in court after more than a year, said an attorney involved in the case.

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Report: Ritter Was On Board With Emergency Marijuana Rule Repeal

CDPHE Director Jim Martin told Board of Health members that “the administration” – meaning Gov. Bill Ritter and his central staff – fully supported repealing the rule last week.

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