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    1. Ed Perlmutter congratulates John Hiatt, Congressional App Challenge winner for Colorado's 7th CD - Colorado Politics

      Ed Perlmutter congratulates John Hiatt, Congressional App Challenge winner for Colorado's 7th CD - Colorado Politics

      Northglenn High School student John Hiatt won the 2017 Congressional App Challenge for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District with a program he wrote to help visually impaired users access a popular, low-cost computer platform, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter announced.

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    2. Ken Buck salutes his district's Congressional App Challenge winners Evan Hassman, Hunter Burley - Colorado Politics

      Ken Buck salutes his district's Congressional App Challenge winners Evan Hassman, Hunter Burley - Colorado Politics

      Erie High School students Evan Hassman and Hunter Burley are this year’s Congressional App Challenge winners for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck announced Friday. The two won for “In Space, Out of Gas,” a role-playing game set in a perilous outer space environment.

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    3. State may have to decide if you can be taxed for your Netflix - Colorado Politics

      State may have to decide if you can be taxed for your Netflix - Colorado Politics

      An audit last year by City Hall in the northern Front Range burg revealed Netflix hadn’t collected from its Loveland customers — or remitted to the city — some $85,000 in sales tax during the previous three years. After accounting for penalties and interest, Loveland handed the entertainment giant a tab for $116,508.22. Netflix doubtless could sneeze and more than that paltry sum would come out — but it balked at the bill on principle.

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    4. 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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