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Greeley Tribune: Emissions Tests In Weld, Larimer Now Political Football

The Tribune writes, “It seems emissions testing for Weld County residents is the new political football being bantered about.”

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Anti-Debt Initiative Cleared for Colorado Ballot

Voters will face a third ballot question in 2010 to reduce the money available to government. Amendment 61 would forbid local and state governments in Colorado from taking out debt in any form.

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Sentencing Commission Rejects Harsher Penalties for Repeat DUIs

People who are repeatedly caught drinking and driving will not face mandatory jail time after a Colorado commission studying the issue rejected the proposed penalty.

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State: 97.5% of Colorado Households Have Broadband Availability

High-speed Internet service is available to 97.5 percent of Colorado households, but access in rural communities falls far below that mark, according to a new state-commissioned report.

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Colorado Cities Divided on Licensing Medical Pot

For Colorado cities, dealing with the issue of medical marijuana in 2009 is a lot like being offered that first joint back in the 1960s – do you join the party or just pass it on?

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Legislature, Get Me Re-Write!

Starting with the 2010 session, Colorado legislative attorneys will start updating the sometimes lengthy summaries that appear at the beginning of text of proposed legislation.

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