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Election-year session long on wrangling

The 17th session of the Colorado General Assembly adjourned last week after a session that was long on partisan wrangling and relatively short on meaningful public policy achievements. As could have been expected in an election-year session when Democrats controlled the House by a 34-31 margin and Republicans had an 18-17 edge in the Senate, most bills that pursued a partisan agenda did not pass.

Poll

Are Colorado students required to take too many standardized tests?

Should Jefferson County require that striped bicycle lanes be added to some roads?

Do you support the effort to recall the Jeffco school board's three conservative members?

Should people with concealed-carry permits be allowed to carry guns at public schools?

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