“This is an incredibly important decision,” said Julia Olson, an attorney for the six teen and pre-teen plaintiffs in the case who sued state regulators seeking stricter rules.
“It is time that we fix this before someone comes in and fixes it for us,” said Greenwood Village Police Chief John Jackson, speaking on behalf of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police.
“A lot of the students I’m working with have a lot going on in their lives, but they’re still expected to memorize their multiplication facts,” she said. “School counselors are the advocates for students.”
“It’s terrifying to me,” Waechter said, her voice tinged with frustration over the ignorance in places like Fort Collins of the prevalence of opioid and narcotic abuse. “It is next door. It’s everywhere. It’s here.
Kefalas’ legislation seeks to make it easier for citizens to analyze information in public documents they obtain under the Colorado Open Records Act. It requires agencies to provide information in most cases in computer-readable formats.
“This is like a water dispenser in the desert: People really, really want it,” said Marc Magliari, a spokesman for Amtrak. “We have a lot of support here in Colorado to restore a service that was lost.”
The academy said Wednesday the project includes replacing the 53-year-old chapel’s aluminum skin, removing and cleaning 24,000 stained-glass tiles, stiffening the steel superstructure and adding a water barrier.
The Senate gave preliminary approval Tuesday night to a bill directing government agencies to deliver requested public records in electronic formats that can be read by computer. The bill aims to make the Colorado Open Records Act more user-friendly to citizens who want to analyze information
The bill’s fate is uncertain. A Republican-led committee amended it to have the records act apply to the judiciary, which courts have ruled is exempt. Majority House Democrats oppose the idea