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"… ew combination. Oil industry magnate John D. Rockefeller was behind a 1912 Colorado referendum campaign to eliminate an eight-hour-maximum workday for miners. …"

"… maximum workday for miners. California software developer Ron Unz funded a Colorado initiative in 2002 to ban bilingual education. Former New York City Mayor …"

"… rs. Texas billionaires John and Laura Arnold are backing four measures in Colorado, Michigan and Utah with more than $1.1 million from their Action Now Initi …"

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"… ing responsibilities in Michigan and Utah to an independent commission, in Colorado to two commissions — one for congressional districts and one for state l …"

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"… ould become a low-level felony, increasing potential fines and jail time. Colorado is one of the few states with laws allowing crimes motivated by hate to be …"

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"… tention center, as well as 128 more beds to the Aurora Detention Center in Colorado, Donahue also said.  During the CoreCivic earnings call, CEO Hininge …"

"… ctices. In pending suits filed in 2017 in Washington state and in 2014 in Colorado, GEO is accused of exploiting prisoner labor by paying immigrant detainees …"

"… am at all ICE processing centers, public and private.")  The suit in Colorado also alleges that GEO staff threatened detainees with solitary confinement …"

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"… the Medicaid, Under the Influence project. Already, officials in Arizona, Colorado and New York have taken action. The Texas committee, which helps decide w …"

"… nal measures when the investigation was published, Weldon said. Meanwhile, Colorado’s Medicaid drug committee received a lecture Tuesday on the state’s co …"

"… day on the state’s conflict-of-interest laws from a senior lawyer in the Colorado Attorney General’s office because of what she described as “the questi …"

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"… essed in a weapon. During the Cold War, the Rocky Flats production site in Colorado made as many as 2,000 a year. Decades of poor disposal of nuclea …"

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"… uding Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Minnesota, Ohio, Arizona, Kansas, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Delaware and Rhode Island — that have passed laws since …"

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"… already raised millions of dollars in recent months. Ted Harvey, a former Colorado state senator who leads the pro-Trump Committee to Defend the President su …"

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"… y system, said Paul Chessin, a former senior assistant attorney general in Colorado who helped bring some of the earliest cases against payday lenders. “Th …"

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"… kota, disclosures are required only in election years. North Carolina and Colorado require lawmakers to file initial reports that detail their employment and …"

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"… ant, and reports of widespread plutonium contamination at Rocky Flats, the Colorado site where the government then made triggers for nuclear bombs. Rocky Flat …"

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"… t from day one, and that's what we are doing,” said Ted Harvey, a former Colorado state senator and chairman of Committee to Defend the President.  Bu …"

"… presidency,” Short wrote in an opinion piece published last year in the Colorado Statesman. Short in January explained to the Center for Public Integrity …"

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"… Hedge fund manager Paul Singer Businessman Warren Stephens of Arkansas Colorado real estate developer Larry Mizel Businessman John Catsimatidis of New Yo …"

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"… ics expert at the National Conference of State Legislatures. For example, Colorado bans gifts for lawmakers above $50, but the state’s ethics commission ru …"

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"… the last Congress — Sens. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Michael Bennet of Colorado, Bob Casey of Pennsylvania and Patty Murray of Washington — expressed su …"

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"… eaching.  In 2015, he earned $26,000 from the University of Colorado Law School. And he received $5,300 in book royalties that year, in pa …"

"… in part for his book, The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia. The Colorado native was nominated to the federal bench in 2006 by George W. Bush. Gorsu …"

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"… Trump is NOT our nominee." In an opinion piece published last year in the Colorado Statesman, Short further accused Trump of “spewing his usual fiction” …"

"… ed in the Committee to Defend the President’s TV ad, Harvey — a former Colorado state senator — delivers a message to anyone who presses “1” to that …"

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"… ar roles. Dr. Gareth Shemesh, a pain specialist, testified in support of a Colorado bill last year brought to the sponsoring legislator by Pfizer. Shemesh had …"

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"… advocates appeared to lose major healthcare initiatives in California and Colorado, however. The Center for Public Integrity tracked how those fighting over …"

"… came out as winners. Voters approved raising the minimum wage in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and Washington while rejecting a proposal to decrease the minimum w …"

"… ers rejected Prop. 61.) Additionally, an ambitious attempt at giving Colorado universal, single-payer health care via a 10 percent payroll tax lost badl …"

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"… hnson earning more than 5 percent in several battleground states including Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and Ohio. Moreover, Johnson is already on pa …"

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"… 41 for a constitutional amendment this year, versus the 98,492 required in Colorado, for example. And TV ads are also relatively inexpensive, though both …"

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"… e voters this fall is expected to be Latino. In critical swing states like Colorado, Florida and Nevada, that percentage is likely to be even higher. That’ …"

"… y the three super PACs has been concentrated on the battleground states of Colorado, Florida and Nevada. The ads’ sponsors The Latino Victory Fund was form …"

"… oups last month announced a joint $3 million operation targeting voters in Colorado, Florida and Nevada. Justin Barasky, a spokesman for Priorities USA Actio …"

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"… $35 million — has been spent on TV ads focused on voters in nine states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania …"

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"… approval to use the database. State elections officials in Washington and Colorado, which both use Crosscheck and ERIC, told News21 that ERIC was more reliab …"

"… ch both use Crosscheck and ERIC, told News21 that ERIC was more reliable. Colorado Elections Director Judd Choate gave Crosscheck mixed grades. “It’s the …"

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"… 71 years old. Carol Hannah was similarly caught for voting in Arizona and Colorado. She argued in court that both cases involved local races and didn’t con …"

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"… al Victory Fund and the Rebuilding America Now super PAC.   Live in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania or Virginia? Yo …"

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"… how much momentum the movement has picked up in only a few years. In 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to pass ballot measures making the …"

"… only two of the 17 major donors to the measure that legalized weed in Colorado in 2012 had ties to the marijuana industry. They raised just $42,000 of th …"

"… ssive Insurance also gave to legalize marijuana there, as they did in Colorado and in other states. (The Center for Public Integrity receives funding fr …"

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