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March madness means the sweet 16, right? Not in Colorado! It's thetwo-week slot for public school kids to take their annual assessments.No jump shots, no hook shots, no fadeaways, but lots of scoring.Colorado's parents can't legally pull their kids out of the tests. Thestate legislature, which has passed a series of assessment statutessince 1993, has cinched kids . . .
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Articles of Interest (archives)
- March 07, 2014: Senate moves to regulate Lyft, Uber; House all-in for audit of state health exchange »
- March 07, 2014: Taxis, limos upset over rules for tech competition »
- March 07, 2014: An easier way to dispose of paint »
- March 07, 2014: More data needed for driver cellphone ban »
- March 07, 2014: Legislative Plates bill advances after CBS4 investigation »
- March 07, 2014: Child care tax credit moves forward despite $20 million price tag »
- March 07, 2014: House sets State Auditor on Colorado Health Exchange »
- March 07, 2014: Colorado likely to adopt tougher sex offender laws, though not one sponsored by Herpin »