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Tamara Chuang
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado may end age-discriminating work questions

Senate Bill 58 would put an end to asking applicants’ age

Colorado awarded $5.9 million to figure out how to use $100 million to improve broadband

Digital equity grants are part of massive infrastructure bill passed by Congress

Colorado challenging 13,000 speed inaccuracies in the new federal broadband map

State’s Broadband Office wants input from residents on accuracy of FCC assessment

Coloradans will be able to buy wine in grocery stores beginning in March

Opponents of Proposition 125 say measure is harmful to small liquor retailers

Colorado mixed on alcohol measures with wine sold at grocery stores too close to call

Measures that would have dramatically changed the way Coloradans buy alcohol were failing Tuesday night, even with $30 million in campaign donations

Proposition 125: Coloradans will decide whether grocery stores should be allowed to sell wine

Proposition 125 comes from a citizen initiative that is supported by major grocery stores

Proposition 126: Should Colorado restaurants be allowed to sell to-go cocktails forever?

Proposition 126 also would let third-party delivery services, like Uber Eats and DoorDash, deliver alcohol

Colorado’s government homepage offline after cyberattack; Russian-speaking hackers possibly to blame

The state’s IT department says other sites and state services, like renewing a driver’s license, are not affected

Three fined for violating state’s new wage transparency law

Less-publicized elements of the law are still causing mishaps

Polis extends eviction protections to residents waiting for rent assistance

Thousands of Coloradans are in pipeline for aid program

Colorado offers up to $1,600 to unemployed people who find full-time work

Bonus meant to help small businesses that can’t find enough employees