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    1. Gardner, Peters Introduce Bill to Keep Government Research Data Publically Available

      Gardner, Peters Introduce Bill to Keep Government Research Data Publically Available

      U.S. Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Gary Peters (D-MI) today introduced bipartisan legislation to help federal agencies maintain open access to machine-readable databases and datasets created by taxpayer-funded research. The Preserving Data in Government Act would require federal agencies to preserve public access to existing open datasets, and prevent the removal of existing datasets without sufficient public notice. 

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    2. Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Representatives of Colorado industry groups met with U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette on Wednesday to urge immigration reforms to close the growing gap between the number of high-skilled workers allowed into the country and thousands of U.S. technology jobs going unfilled.

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    3. State of Colorado Proposes Financial Services Cybersecurity Requirements | Robinson+Cole Data Privacy + Security Insider - JDSupra

      State of Colorado Proposes Financial Services Cybersecurity Requirements | Robinson+Cole Data Privacy + Security Insider - JDSupra

      Following in the footsteps of the State of New York, the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has proposed amendments to the Colorado Securities Act to require investment advisers and broker-dealers to implement new cybersecurity requirements to ensure security of the information in their possession. 

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    4. Colorado Legislature sends bill regulating driverless vehicles to Hickenlooper

      Colorado Legislature sends bill regulating driverless vehicles to Hickenlooper

      Colorado legislators have sent to Gov. John Hickenlooper a bill that would put the state at the forefront of regulating self-driving cars. Senate Bill 213, sponsored by Republican state Sen. Owen Hill of Colorado Springs and Democratic Sen. Dominick Moreno of Commerce City, acknowledges the existence of autonomous vehicles on state roadways, declares their regulation a matter of statewide concern and requires such cars and trucks to conform to every state and federal law of driving.

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