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    1. Bill to allow remote-notary services gets preliminary OK in Colorado House | Premium | coloradopolitics.com

      Bill to allow remote-notary services gets preliminary OK in Colorado House | Premium | coloradopolitics.com

      Colorado notaries are one step closer to being able to offer remote notary services to rural Coloradans and others who can't get to a notary in person, such as disabled individuals. The issue of how to allow Colorado notaries to get into the remote notary business has divided Colorado Springs Republican lawmakers between those who want to go with a national model and those who want a more state-specific solution.

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    2. Rtd's G Line between Wheat Ridge and Denver finally has an opening date – more than 2 years late

      Rtd's G Line between Wheat Ridge and Denver finally has an opening date – more than 2 years late

      The commuter rail line between Wheat Ridge and Denver finally has an opening date. The G Line will open on April 26, following more than two years of delays, Regional Transportation District announced Monday morning. The line, which was originally scheduled to open in fall 2016, will connect Union Station and Wheat Ridge with a stop through Olde Town Arvada.

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    3. Szczurek brings entrepreneurship to state CIO role

      Szczurek brings entrepreneurship to state CIO role

      After a long career in technology innovation working for public and private companies, Theresa Szczurek of Boulder wanted to make the switch to public service. Szczurek, co-founder of Radish Systems Inc. in Boulder, heard a radio announcement that then Gov.-elect Jared Polis sought applicants for various positions, including chief information officer, and in her words, “opportunity knocked.” 

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    4. Meet Denver Business Journal's new technology and health care reporter

      Meet Denver Business Journal's new technology and health care reporter

      Jensen Werley has been named Denver Business Journal's new technology and health care reporter. She previously worked at DBJ sister publication Jacksonville Business Journal and most recently worked at Boulder-based BizWest, covering technology, startups, outdoor recreation, natural products, cannabis and breweries.  Werley takes over the technology and health care beats from Andrew Dodson, who recently began covering commercial and residential real estate for DBJ.

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    5. Looks inside the high-tech take on the original Renaissance man at Denver's Museum of Nature & Science

      Looks inside the high-tech take on the original Renaissance man at Denver's Museum of Nature & Science

      Can’t make it to Paris this year? The "Mona Lisa" comes to you. In fact, several versions of the "Mona Lisa" — excavated in layers through modern technology — offer the same inscrutable half-smile in a suite of galleries at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius,” a sprawling collection of reproductions of his notebooks, artworks and machine inventions billed as the most comprehensive exhibition about Leonardo ever, runs through Aug. 25. The show was amassed in collaboration with the Museo Leonardo da Vinci in Rome and experts from Italy and France.

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    6. Colorado's role in 'asset-sharing' economy argued in bill to regulate car-sharing services

      Colorado's role in 'asset-sharing' economy argued in bill to regulate car-sharing services

      Crafting first-of-their-kind regulations for a disruptive industry sector is neither a simple process nor one that tends to create consensus between the newcomers and the older, heavily regulated competition — a fact that a Colorado legislative committee discovered Wednesday during a two-hour hearing on rules for the ride-sharing sector.

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    7. JPMorgan Is Hiring For More Blockchain Jobs Than Any Other Wall Street Firm

      JPMorgan Is Hiring For More Blockchain Jobs Than Any Other Wall Street Firm

      The biggest bank in America is continuing on a blockchain rampage by posting more jobs in the industry than any other financial firm. According to results released today by job-hunting site Indeed.com, JPMorgan Chase was the only financial firm in the top ten companies posting jobs with the words “blockchain,” “cryptocurrency,” or “bitcoin” over the past year.

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    8. Checkr expected to start small with Denver HQ2 as big-block space remains tight downtown

      Checkr expected to start small with Denver HQ2 as big-block space remains tight downtown

      San Francisco tech startup Checkr was in Denver last week scouting real estate for a second headquarters. Colorado economic development officials are hoping to lure the company and 1,500 jobs it’s promising to the Mile High City after approving a $27.9 million incentive package — the second largest in state history.

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