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Measure to let Coloradans vote on fee-based programs qualifies for November ballot

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Hoping for high turnout : Tax-cut proponents and paid family leave supporters think presidential year will help them

The Denver Post

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Gov. Jared Polis praises Republican-backed ballot question to lower Colorado income taxes

The Colorado Sun

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As Beltway Dawdles, Schools Nearly Out of Money to Spend From Last Relief Package

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Colorado families can seek reimbursement for free school lunches kids missed due to COVID-19 shutdowns

The Denver Post

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DPS to ask voters for $827 million in funding for mental health, special education, other measures

Denver Post

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Voters to decide in November whether to reduce the income tax rate

Colorado Politics

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Why the breakdown of stimulus talks is doubly painful for schools: no money and added uncertainty

Chalkbeat

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V-shaped recovery looking less likely

The Denver Post

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Marlboro’s owners negotiated Colorado’s proposed tobacco tax hike — and it could help them dominate the cigarette market

The Colorado Sun

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Colorado students may shuffle school districts during coronavirus, leaving a financial mess in their wake

The Colorado Sun

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Garfield County school districts, charters make most of federal CARES funds to prep for new school year, recoup costs from spring shutdown

Post Independent

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Colorado Says It Needs More Federal Aid To Survive Financial Effects Of COVID-19

CPR News

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GOP requests special session

The Denver Post

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Fair Tax Colorado won't get measure to raise taxes on high-earners on November ballot

Colorado Politics

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Three ways America’s current schools crisis could hurt the broader economy

Chalkbeat

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Colorado Republicans call for special session to fund homeschooling options. Democrats and Gov. Polis say no.

Chalkbeat

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Denver Public Schools included in lawsuit attempting to block education secretary’s federal aid rule

Valley Courier

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Education researchers come together on what schools need now — starting with more money

Chalkbeat

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GOP lawmakers call for a special session on education

Colorado Politics

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