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Gov. Jared Polis says he welcomes removal of homeless encampments on state property

Gov. Jared Polis says he welcomes removal of homeless encampments on state property

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostEncampments set up by people experiencing homelessness around Denver’s Capitol Hill and the governor’s mansion appear to have grown , and on Thursday, Gov. Jared Polis said he would welcome their removal from state property.At a news conference, Polis was asked about and encampments displaying signs for Black Lives Matter and against police. He said the nuanced issue is different than criminal damage to property, but that state property in Denver is subject to the city’s rules about camping.Polis...

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Gov. Jared Polis says Colorado hasn’t requested federal troops — but he won’t hesitate to if they’re needed

Gov. Jared Polis says Colorado hasn’t requested federal troops — but he won’t hesitate to if they’re needed

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostGov. Jared Polis made clear Thursday that Colorado hasn’t asked for and doesn’t need federal troops to respond to local protests against police brutality and systemic racism. But he didn’t rule out the possibility of seeking such help from the president.“The state of Colorado has not requested troops for any purpose,” Polis said at a news conference. “If we need them, I won’t hesitate to call upon President Trump, to call upon federal support. But the National Guard is doing great work and we have...

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Cleanup and repair of Colorado’s Capitol will cost more than $1 million — and work will last until winter

Cleanup and repair of Colorado’s Capitol will cost more than $1 million — and work will last until winter

By | The cost to clean up graffiti and other vandalism to the Colorado Capitol property following recent protests is expected to cost more than $1 million, state officials said Monday.The graffiti, broken windows and other damage was inflicted during the demonstrations against police violence that started May 28 in Denver, part of the national movement sparked by the killing of George Floyd, and which have continued to highlight Colorado deaths by police.In June, protesters also toppled a statue of a Union solder on the state’s Civil War monument — which included a commemoration of the Sand...

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Colorado among first in U.S. to pass historic police reforms following protests

Colorado among first in U.S. to pass historic police reforms following protests

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostColorado passed one of the most comprehensive police reform packages in the country Saturday, setting limits on police use of force and mandating data collection to make sure cops who are fired from one agency don’t get rehired by another.Gov. Jared Polis has into law once it reaches his desk.“This is, in my estimation, the largest single advancement of individual civil rights and liberties for Coloradans in a generation,” said Denver civil rights attorney Qusair Mohamedbhai.Among the biggest...

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Colorado’s historic police reform bill one step away from being signed into law

Colorado’s historic police reform bill one step away from being signed into law

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostTears streamed down Colorado lawmakers’ faces as House Speaker KC Becker, choking up, read the final vote tally.52-13.House members passed a bill Friday that promises to bring in the state, and it was expected to get a final vote in the Senate later in the evening. A dozen House Republicans joined all Democratic representatives in voting for the bill.“I am feeling incredibly proud and grateful that this legislative body has stood up and listened to the protesters and listened to the families and...

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Sweeping police reform bill passes Colorado Senate 32-1

Sweeping police reform bill passes Colorado Senate 32-1

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostColorado’s passed the state Senate on Tuesday morning with just one Republican vote against it., sponsored by all of the state’s Democratic lawmakers, goes to the House next and is expected to head to the governor’s desk after the session concludes this week.Sen. Rhonda Fields, an Aurora Democrat and prime sponsor, commended lawmakers for deciding “we have seen enough” and that “black lives do matter.” She noted that Tuesday was the day George Floyd, who was killed by police in Minneapolis, was...

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Colorado lawmakers introduce sweeping police reform bill

Colorado lawmakers introduce sweeping police reform bill

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostLaw enforcement agencies across Colorado may see sweeping changes to how they operate and how police use of force is investigated if introduced Wednesday passes.The Democratic bill calls for all officers to be equipped with body-worn cameras and for recordings to be released to the public within 14 days.It also would repeal what’s commonly called the and allow officers to use deadly force only when a suspect is using a deadly weapon or presents an imminent danger to the officer or someone else.The...

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Fifth night of George Floyd protests remained peaceful for several hours, tear gas deployed just after midnight to disperse remaining crowd

Fifth night of George Floyd protests remained peaceful for several hours, tear gas deployed just after midnight to disperse remaining crowd

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XShow Caption of By | , | and | | The Denver PostDenver police Chief Paul Pazen linked arms with protesters, many of them black, Monday evening and walked past the City and County Building as demonstrators began the fifth day of protests over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis.Chiefs and police officers in other cities have mingled with protesters, including holding signs and kneeling, but this was Pazen’s first time meeting face-to-face with demonstrators. The images of the chief in...

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The president says all-mail ballots benefit Democrats and lead to rampant voter fraud. Colorado says no

The president says all-mail ballots benefit Democrats and lead to rampant voter fraud. Colorado says no

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | The Denver PostAt least contracted COVID-19 after participating in that state’s in-person primary election last month. Still, many Republicans from President Donald Trump on down are resisting the idea of conducting November’s election via mail-in ballot — mainly on the grounds that the results would be vulnerable to election fraud.Colorado’s experience shows that vote by mail can be at least as secure as in-person voting while increasing turnout.The coronavirus pandemic has raised the question of whether to...

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