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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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Colo. Senate Late With Monday’s Journal, Its Official Record

Probably owing to its late debate over lifting business tax exemptions Monday night, the Colorado Senate hasn’t yet released its Senate Journal, the official daily record of its activities.

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After Late Night, Senate Won’t Convene Until 1 P.M. Today

Colorado’s Senate debated a measure of tax bills past 11 p.m. last night and released its next-day calendar around midnight. Consequently, it’s starting late today — 1 p.m.

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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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Former State Sen. Ed Jones Said To Seek El Paso Commission Post

Jones has been off the political stage since losing his Senate seat in 2006 to Democrat John Morse, now the Senate majority leader.

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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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Sen. Carroll: Citizens Don’t Participate But Lobbyists Sure Do

Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, talks with blogger David Thielen about increasing citizen participation at the state Capitol.

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20 Years Later, Gallagher Defends His Historic Amendment

Approaching the 20th anniversary of the Gallagher Amendment, experts gathered Wednesday afternoon to take a retrospective look at the merits of one of Colorado’s landmark tax reform amendments that continues to spark fierce debate.

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