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State Gun Bills Prompt Hundreds To Testify Following School Shooting

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of people testify on gun bills at the state capitol, including survivors of Colorado’s mass shootings and family members of those killed in them. 473 more words

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'I Am A Loving, Capable Parent': Bill Aims To Protect Disabled Parents

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – A state lawmaker says parents with disabilities are losing their kids because of discrimination.

Rep. Jessie Danielson (D-Wheat Ridge) says while we have laws protecting people with disabilities from discrimination when it comes to employment, housing, education and public services, but nothing to protect their rights as parents. 373 more words

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State Senate Passes 'Gracie's Bill' For Girl Who Can't Feel Pain

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – A state lawmaker is coming to the aid of a little girl from Arvada who has a rare condition that prevents her from feeling pain. 348 more words

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'Bachelor' Star Bekah Martinez Reveals Whether She'd Date Peter Kraus Now

Bekah Martinez may have almost made it to hometowns on Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season of The Bachelor, but she really went on the show for a chance to date Peter Kraus. 544 more words

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Denver NORML Pushing Proposal to Ban Job Termination Due to Cannabis Use

The proposal, if picked up by a legislative sponsor, would provide protection under the Unfair Employment Practices statute for marijuana users in the state. This would make it illegal for businesses to terminate employees who are not in possession of, or using cannabis on the job. 51 more words

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Colorado Considers 'Purple Card' As Its Own Version Of The 'Green Card'

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado would have it’s own version of a “green card” under legislation at the state capitol.

It would be called a “purple card.” 430 more words

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State Lawmakers Push For 'Renters' Rights' Bill

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4) – Finding an affordable apartment in Colorado is tough enough, but some people are spending hundreds of dollars just to apply for places. 451 more words

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