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    1. Rep. Scott Tipton backs regulatory exemptions for small Internet providers - Colorado Politics

      Rep. Scott Tipton backs regulatory exemptions for small Internet providers - Colorado Politics

      U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton from Cortez is supporting a bill that lands close to home for rural Colorado: a fast connection to the World Wide Web. Tipton, a Republican, backs the Small Business Broadband Deployment Act introduced last week by Rep. Greg Walden, a Republican from Oregon. The U.S. House passed the bill unanimously to the Senate on a voice vote Tuesday.

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    2. President Signs Gardner-Peters American Innovation and Competitiveness Act Into Law

      President Signs Gardner-Peters American Innovation and Competitiveness Act Into Law

      The legislation also promotes diversity in STEM fields, incentivizes private-sector innovation, and boosts manufacturing. It most directly affects programs within the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). 

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    3. Colorado selected for experiment of levitation-based transportation | FOX31 Denver

      Hyperloop One, a Los Angeles-based company that is proposing to build levitation-based technology to carry passenger and cargo systems at speeds of up to 700 mph, has selected the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop team as one of 35 worldwide semifinalists to build the new technology. The team includes the Colorado Department of Transportation/RoadX and global infrastructure firm AECOM as primary sponsors. Greeley and the City and County of Denver/Denver International Airport will be included in the plan.

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    4. 2 of 3 members of Colorado Public Utilities Commission to be replaced - Denver Business Journal

      2 of 3 members of Colorado Public Utilities Commission to be replaced - Denver Business Journal

      The commission, which oversees power utilities, telecommunications and transportation, is about to get an extreme makeover. Gov. John Hickenlooper today appointed state energy official Jeff Ackermann as the PUC’s new chairman and tapped Wendy Moser, a telecom and energy executive, as a member of the regulatory panel.

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    5. Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Through the partnership, Galvanize instructors will teach state employees about tools and methods to make sense of all the data collected via street sensors, connected cars, autonomous vehicles and other future transportation technologies. In return, Galvanize can use state data to give students real-world problems to solve. “Building new lanes and bridges has its limits,” said Jim Deters, a Galvanize co-founder.

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    6. Short-term rental deadline looms in Denver - The Colorado Statesman

      Short-term rental deadline looms in Denver - The Colorado Statesman

      lose to 300 short-term rental hosts have applied for and received their license to operate in the City and County of Denver, with a Dec. 31 deadline near for an unknown number of unlicensed hosts to comply. City Council passed an ordinance in June that required registration and set other rules and regulations to ensure the burgeoning practice of homeowners renting their residences for short time periods followed the city municipal code.

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    7. Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado's Innovative Industries internship program grants pay up to $5,000 per intern for at least 130 hours of on-the-job training over a maximum of six months in the advanced manufacturing, aerospace, bioscience, construction, electronics, energy and natural resources, engineering or information technology industries. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will accept applications Jan. 1-Feb. 15 for a second round of grants for training for up to 125 internships.

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