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House Panel Kills Bill Allowing Lobbyists To Bypass Capitol Security

Those opposed to the legislation, such as Rep. Nancy Todd, D-Aurora, said that all citizens should be allowed the same access as the lobbyists.

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Some Free Colo. Newspapers Could Get City Legal Notices

Certain free-circulation Colorado newspapers would get a boost with a bill under consideration at 1:30 p.m. today before the House State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee.

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Post Editorial: State Making Progress on Tenure Review

One measure, being crafted by a trio of Democratic lawmakers, would tie a favorable teacher review to student achievement measures and calls for the revocation of tenure for teachers who have poor evaluations and substandard student growth.

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David Cox, 28, To Announce Run For Steve King’s HD-54 Seat

A native of East Orchard Mesa is the latest person to join the fray to be the Republican nominee for House District 54. ALSO: UPDATED 2010 HOUSE ELECTION TRACKER.

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Legislators Crafting Bill Changing How Teachers, Principals Evaluated

A study by the New Teacher Project on evaluation systems in four states, including Colorado, found fewer than 1 percent of the 40,000 teachers in the study had ever received a less than satisfactory rating on an evaluation.

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Look Ahead To 2010: Colo. House Democrats Likely To Stay In Control

Democrats enjoy a healthy 38-27 majority in Colorado’s House of Representatives. It’s unlikely they’ll lose that advantage in 2010, but they’re being forced to play a lot of defense, a State Bill Colorado analysis shows.

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