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Colorado GOP lawmaker who used racist term is reprimanded

DENVER (AP) — A Republican lawmaker in Colorado was reprimanded Thursday after calling a colleague “Buckwheat” during debate on legislation — a racist term that provoked outcry from Democrats at a time when America is confronting its history of discrimination.

Office of early childhood education could help streamline services

Agency would house Colorado’s new universal preschool program

Colorado law enforcement may be required to undergo more training after arrest of woman with dementia goes viral

Bill would boost training for police, sheriff’s deputies on interacting with people with disabilities

Another potential delay to Colorado’s redistricting process? Counting prisoners.

New law prevents counties with prison-inflated populations from gaining political representation

Colorado bill prohibits insurer use of ’discriminatory' data

DENVER (AP) — Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would prohibit insurance companies from using consumer information collected from outside sources such as social media and court and home ownership records, if used in a discriminatory way to determine insurance rates.

Colorado school board members could get paid under bill heading to governor

Legislation does not require districts to pay compensation

New law restricts how county commissioner districts are drawn

House Bill 1047 applies to large, growing counties

Colorado courts may be forced to hold bond hearings within 48 hours of arrests

Proposed law comes with added costs, but proponents say it’s necessary

Colorado Democrats will move forward this week with public health insurance options

Bill has been stalled for weeks with still-unresolved negotiations

Democrats pursue gun-control measures after Boulder shooting

One would prohibit people with violent misdemeanors from purchasing a firearm

Durango doubles-down on opposition to jail reform bill

Councilors split, with no further discussion planned

Colorado businesses may be required to accept cash

House Bill 1048 cleared Legislature and is headed to governor’s desk