HopSkipDrive employee Laura Bopp drives a Denver boy to a robotics class last week. The company, which operates in Colorado and California, specializes in driving children. Besides customer-booked rides, drivers work with the child welfare system to take foster kids from their foster homes to their schools of origin. (Marvin Anani, Special to The Colorado Sun)

New law to keep Colorado foster kids in their home schools is off to disappointing start

Less than 2 percent of state funds set aside for foster children’s transportation have been spent

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Clarence Moses-EL’s federal lawsuit against Denver for overturned rape conviction is dismissed

The judge ruled Clarence Moses-EL's experience was "horrifyingly unjust," but she said the 2017 lawsuit did not demonstrate a violation of his constitutional rights.

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With tensions rising in the Colorado Senate, the breaking point is reached — over an attendance record

There was a defining moment in the Senate chamber Monday, when weeks of partisan politics came to a head. That led to attempts to set a better tone for the remaining weeks of the 2019 session. It’s unclear if they will work.