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Colo. Decides Against Allowing ‘Video Embeds’ Of House, Senate Proceedings

The state’s recently formed Colorado Channel Authority on Friday briefly considered − then just as quickly dismissed − a proposal to allow for embedding of video of floor proceedings into other websites

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GOP Senator Asks Panel To Telecast Today’s Tax-Exemption Debate

It’s only been three weeks, but already’s there’s a move to change a policy about televising House and Senate proceedings.

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Trési Houpt Floated As Possible Dem Candidate In Curry’s HD-61

Colorado Democratic Party chief Pat Waak that she and Houpt had not been able to have that conversation yet.

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GOP Tantalized By Colo. House Prospects, But Dems Have Strength

There’s a reason for Colorado Republicans’ optimism for reclaiming the Colorado House in November 2010.

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Penry’s Announcement Against Running Means Scrum In HD-54

Sen. Josh Penry will not seek re-election to his Senate seat.

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Penry: I Won’t Run For Lieutenant Governor, Either

State Sen. Josh Penry, R-Grand Junction, said he isn’t interested in joining the ticket of his onetime rival, Scott McInnis, as the candidate for lieutenant governor.

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Despite Gap, Colorado GOP Upbeat About 2010 Elections

Bolstered by public frustrations with government, GOP leaders have set their sights on reclaiming the state House and Senate in an election year that will shape Colorado politics for the next decade.

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Politico: Andrew Romanoff Stays Under The Radar

Three months after announcing his bid, Romanoff remains a distinctly under-the-radar candidate, picking up little media coverage and shying away from launching pointed barbs against his establishment opponent.

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Senate Will Get Preference In ’10, ’11 For Cable TV Coverage

The Colorado Channel Authority voted to defer to the Senate largely because the House has had its broadcasts air live for the past two years.

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Senate Candidate Romanoff Vows to Shun Corporate PAC Donations

A handful of the corporations on Michael Bennet’s list — such as petroleum company Anadarko, communications company AT&T and health care company GlaxoSmithKline — also wrote checks to Romanoff when he served in the state House.

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