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Police Transparency Bills Get First Stamp of Approval

Thursday, March 26, 2015
DENVER, Colo. -- The Senate Judiciary Committee today gave a green light to three bipartisan policing improvement bills – SB-217, SB-218 and SB-219 -- aimed at strengthening public confidence in law enforcers by increasing transparency, accountability and data collection.

Bipartisan Labors Produce Back to Basics Budget

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Months of long but collegial labor by an evenly-split Joint Budget Committee have produced a 2016 budget - called the “long bill” - focused on adequately funding governing necessities, rather than generating flash.

Education Tax Credits Would Further Empower Parents

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Parents of school-age kids in Colorado could soon see their school choice options grow, following today’s passage by the Senate of SB15-045, which would give families that homeschool or choose private schools a tax credit they could put toward that education.
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