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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. Which skills should Colo. schools prioritize? State leaders want the public to weigh in - Colorado Politics

      Which skills should Colo. schools prioritize? State leaders want the public to weigh in - Colorado Politics

      Literacy, number sense, critical thinking, entrepreneurialism, time management, global awareness, respect for authority, leadership, empathy, problem-solving, personal responsibility, civic engagement, multilingualism. Which of these skills and competencies are most important for Colorado students to learn? You can’t say “all of them.” You have to choose six among the two dozen qualities listed. And what does an effective learning environment look like? Is it disciplined or culturally responsive? Experiential or traditional? Collaborative or personalized? These are the types of questions that members of Colorado’s Education Leadership Council are asking the public as they work toward a framework for education ...

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    3. Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Scott Tipton address rural Colorado energy, broadband, healthcare

      Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Scott Tipton address rural Colorado energy, broadband, healthcare

      U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton talked Saturday about issues close to Western Colorado’s hearts and wallets. They told the spring meeting of the Club 20 Western Slope coalition what they’re doing in Washington to improve energy development, the high cost of healthcare, the slowness of rural broadband internet service and the preservation of forests.

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    4. On the front line of the digital divide, Cortez asks voters to pursue local broadband - Colorado Politics

      On the front line of the digital divide, Cortez asks voters to pursue local broadband - Colorado Politics

      Rural Colorado long has been on the short end of high-speed internet even as local telecom providers have scrambled to fill in the gaps. Private-sector efforts notwithstanding, state law allows municipalities to set up their own broadband systems — and that’s just what a number of communities around the state have been doing with local voter approval.

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