Audience members listen to public testimony for a bill about school immunizations that was discussed in the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on Feb. 19, 2020. Individuals in the audience are not allowed to clap, but can raise their hands in support of something that's been said during testimony. More than 300 people signed up to give testimony. (Moe Clark, The Colorado Sun)

Colorado lawmakers failed to pass a bill to improve immunization rates in 2019. Here’s what’s new this year.

Hundreds of people, many of them opposed to vaccines, filled the Capitol hallways Wednesday to testify on a bill that makes it harder to get an exemption

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Littwin: As coronavirus surges, it’s time for Polis to move from encouraging masks to mandating them

This is an easy call. Dr. Fauci says we could reach 100,000 cases a day. It’s up to governors to prevent this disaster. Trump is too busy fighting phony culture wars to bother.

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