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They're back: Colorado legislature gavels in much poorer than they gaveled out

Colorado Politics

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COVER STORY | Legislative leaders size up the grim task ahead

Colorado Politics

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BARTELS | Past JBC members still feel the pain of budget cuts

Colorado Politics

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Lawmakers returning to tackle budget hole

The Denver Post

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Specialists Struggle To Deliver Special Education Services

WGBH

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Less learning and late guidance: School districts struggle to help English language learners during COVID-19 crisis

Chalkbeat

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Colorado's Joint Budget Committee proposes $500+ million in school cuts

The Denver Channel

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Even Before Coronavirus, Colorado Lagged Behind In Getting Kids Into Preschool

Colorado Public Radio

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Some Colorado Counties Upset With How Governor Polis Handed Out Coronavirus Relief Money

Colorado Public Radio

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Opinion: Colorado needs emergency tax reform to avoid irreparable harm

The Colorado Sun

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Governor’s order may reach multiple courts before resolution

The Denver Post

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State suffers epic job losses in April

The Denver Post

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GRADES OF WRATH: Complexity of reopening schools amid a pandemic creates overwhelming obstacles

Aurora Sentinel

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Jeffco Public Schools’ fall reopening plan offers first detailed glimpse at what school could look like in 2020-21

The Denver Post

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Colorado lawmakers could cut education spending 15% to fill hole left by coronavirus

Chalkbeat

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How Colorado lawmakers closed a $3 billion shortfall to balance the budget and why it led to tears

Colorado Sun

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CASE Call to Action

 
     
     
 

Dear CASE members,

As you know, Colorado is in a budget crisis due to dramatically reduced state revenue caused by COVID-19. Lawmakers face a funding shortfall of roughly $3.3 billion for the next fiscal year, which comprises about 25% of the state General Fund.

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3 children in Colorado suspected of contracting rare inflammatory disease believed to be tied to coronavirus

The Denver Post

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JBC gets down to hard part of budget exercise: cuts to K-12 education

Colorado Politics

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Gov. Polis announces distribution of $1.6B in federal CARES Act aid, much to Colorado education

Channel 7 News

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