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    1. Bill to impose fees on companies that don't provide health care passes 1st hurdle

      Bill to impose fees on companies that don't provide health care passes 1st hurdle

      Large employers that pay workers less than $12 an hour and don’t provide health care for them would be forced to pay significant fees to the state under a bill that received the approval of its first Colorado legislative committee on Thursday. The approval came despite warnings that even debating the measure is driving potential employers away from the state. Though Rep. K.C. Becker — a Boulder Democrat who is sponsoring House Bill 1435 along with House Majority Leader Crisanta Duran, D-Denver…

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    2. For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans

      For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans

      For Mayor Hancock, The 'Train To The Plane' Is The First Step In Denver's Smart City Plans By Ann Marie Awad • 1 hour ago Share Regional Transportation District Flic / Used With Permission Travelers will soon be able to board a train from Denver’s Union Station to Denver International Airport. The route will be fast, cheap and -- Mayor Michael Hancock hopes -- the first piece of the aerotropolis puzzle.

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    3. Springs focused on being hub of industry | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Springs focused on being hub of industry | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado Springs’ economic future could depend on how it fits within an emerging industry to tackle hackers. Millions, even billions, of dollars could be in the offing for the cities that become cybersecurity central in the United States. All that money is tied to changes in how the military and industry address cybersecurity — the protection of computers and online networks from crooks, enemy armies and disgruntled individuals who can cause mayhem on the Internet.

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    4. Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners on Tuesday are to review proposed guidelines about whether and when drones should be permitted to be launched, flown above, or landed on county-owned open space lands.

      Limited uses of such "unmanned aircraft systems" (UAS) would be allowed for scientific and agricultural research and the monitoring of wildlife, natural resources, vegetation, and tenant farmers' crops and livestock, under a policy drafted by the Parks and Open Space Department staff and endorsed by the county's Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee in January.

      The county staff would have to give its advance consent for such uses.

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    5. Denver seeks public comment on four-year workforce plans

      Denver seeks public comment on four-year workforce plans

      City officials is seeking comments on its workforce development services and program plans for the next four years. The plan is a draft for the city's state and federally funded workforce development services and programs and will help guide Denver as it strives to maintain a vibrant community with plenty of job and career opportunities.

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