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"… the 1999 massacre of students and faculty at Columbine High School outside Denver. Some inner-city school districts have developed significant police agenci …"

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"… two years. By-and-large, government under the gold dome of the capitol in Denver is seen as largely sleaze-free. “Colorado politics,” said Mike Littwin …"

"… anch has also come in for criticism. A May 2015 investigation by Denver's KUSA 9News found all 100 members of the Colorado Legislature use private …"

"… it can also bring politically motivated complaints, said Mario Nicolais, a Denver attorney who practices in campaign finance compliance. “It also means th …"

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"… itkin served as a regional correspondent in Detroit and as bureau chief in Denver, before coming to Washington in 1987. He covered criminal justice for 11 y …"

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"… (who was also recently hired as a lobbyist by Las Vegas Sands) and former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb as national co-chairmen and recently announced the s …"

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"… t really get if you’re sitting in an office in Dallas or Washington or Denver or some other EPA office, and somebody writes that down on a piece of pape …"

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"… t  two centuries. It has offices throughout Appalachia, as well as in Denver and Washington, D.C., and defends companies accused of polluting the envir …"

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"… g session of the Association of Health Care Journalists 2014 conference in Denver last Thursday, Sullivan, the former president of the Morehouse School of M …"

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"… So those stolen anywhere could theoretically wind up in a bomb in Detroit, Denver or New York. Just a few pounds worth of plutonium? There’s been a ghou …"

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"… issue ads, said Ariana Dobson, who sells political ads for Comcast in the Denver-area. According to Zvonek, the organization didn’t have to file records …"

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"… l spending arms races between education reformers and their opponents. In Denver County, Colo., a committee whose largest donors were Bloomberg and the pol …"

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"… stronger gun control. After the shooting at Columbine High School outside Denver in 1999, the NRA’s LaPierre actually spoke against arming teachers, sayi …"

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"… ill change as more people like Bob Freukes of St. Louis and Donna Smith of Denver are finally able to shop for coverage on the new health insurance websites …"

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"… o could help him. Renn referred him to National Jewish Health in Denver, widely regarded as one of the nation’s top centers on lung disease. Lat …"

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"… claims. Jackson Kelly, with offices throughout Appalachia, as well as in Denver and Washington, D.C., defends companies accused of polluting the environme …"

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"… nt? The Advancement Project’s website highlights changes in policies in Denver, Los Angeles and other locations. Ramiro Rubalcaba, an official from the L …"

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"… ls on behalf of Markey in Massachusetts. And Progressive U.S.A. Voters of Denver paid Grassroots Voter Outreach of Boston more than $21,000 for canvassing …"

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"… Panglossian worldview and benign experience,” Yellen said in a speech in Denver in 2010. “This experience has strongly inclined me toward tougher stand …"

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"… to difficulties the agency had overseeing a long-term contract awarded to Denver-based Lockheed Martin Space Systems in December 2003. The military had dec …"

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"… y since two teens went on a killing spree at Columbine High School outside Denver in 1999. But a growing group of juvenile-justice researchers and judges ar …"

"… of students to law enforcement due to “zero tolerance” policies. Denver public school discipline data shows a 71 percent increase in referrals of …"

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"… Tempel Grain Elevators LLC of Wiley, Colo. The U.S. attorney’s office in Denver brought criminal charges against Tempel, and a plea agreement was reached …"

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"… tudents and a teacher by two students at Columbine High School in suburban Denver.    After Newtown, though, an intense new round of calls for mo …"

"… the 1999 Columbine shootings, police citations of students in the city of Denver skyrocketed. Student referrals to police increased by 71 percent between 2 …"

"… between 2000 and 2004. Only 7 percent of referrals to law enforcement from Denver’s schools, whose students are mostly nonwhite, were for serious offenses …"

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"… tions in various cities with a beefed-up school police presence, including Denver, Colo., New York City and Los Angeles, as reported by the Center for Publi …"

"… the Center for Public Integrity in a series of recent stories recently.In Denver, where parent-led reforms are now aiming to reverse harsh discipline pract …"

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"… ng came from a network of obscure nonprofit (c)(4) groups established by a Denver law firm called Hackstaff Law — where current Colorado Secretary of Stat …"

"… ATP. Both groups listed Hackstaff lawyers as their contacts, and have the Denver law firm as their sole address.In 2010, another mysterious nonprofit calle …"

"… o spokesperson, and list only the phone number and email for Hackstaff’s Denver office.“My client has instructed me not to reveal that information,” s …"

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"… ed from public view. They were both registered in 2008 at Hackstaff Law of Denver, Colo. The law firm’s address is the same one listed on ATP’s corporat …"

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"… eports with the IRS.The group’s address is the same as Zakhem Law LLC in Denver, Colo., where its treasurer, Charlie Smith, is a law clerk specializing in …"

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"… or the event, conducted in Minneapolis, while the Democratic convention in Denver drew about $63 million.Festivities for the opening day of the Republican c …"

"… to make "in-kind" contributions.During the Democrats’ 2008 convention in Denver, companies provided the host committee with about $5.8 million in in-kind …"

"… nies contributed more than $40 million to the Democratic host committee in Denver and unions donated about $9 million, according to federal records. And com …"

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"… Court.Gessler addressed the Republican $250-a-plate Lincoln Day Dinner in Denver in June about voter fraud, saying, “People on the left say it doesn’t …"

"… iginally, where they used to say, ‘Vote early and vote often.’”“In Denver, there are lots of unaffiliates (independents), there are lots of Democrat …"

"… rich environment. We are going to win this state. We are going to do it in Denver by converting people over to our banner, our point of view.”Trey Grayson …"

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"… and as much as 34 percent in some states,” the survey by the nonpartisan Denver- and Washington, D.C.-based group found. Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Min …"

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"… since he came up to the podium to tell me after I spoke to an audience in Denver that he knew he was alive that day because of the new law. To me, he came …"

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