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Senators Seek Higher Ed Access for Disabled Students

Wednesday, May 04, 2016
Students with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) in Colorado often make it through High School only to find the doors to higher education closed to them, due to an almost total lack of programs tailored to their unique needs and circumstances. But Senate President Bill Cadman (R-Colorado Springs) and Senator John...

Tax Relief for Military Retirees Gains Ground

Wednesday, May 04, 2016
Denver -- Making good on a promise they made to military retirees on day one of the 2016 legislative session, Senate Republicans on Tuesday passed Senate Bill 1, which eliminates current caps on how much military retirees are able to deduct from federal taxable income.

Juvenile Justice Reform Gets Bipartisan Boost

Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Denver -- A pair of bipartisan bills approved today at Colorado's Statehouse, Senate Bills 180 and 181, will help bring outdated Colorado sentencing laws into compliance with more recent court rulings requiring resentencing opportunities for nearly 50 juvenile offenders now serving life without parole. The bills make these necessary changes...
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