How will coronavirus affect the rest of the Colorado legislative session?

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The coronavirus has significantly altered the agenda for the Colorado legislature for the rest of the year. The state is facing a potential budget shortfall of $3 billion. So what does the rest of the year look like, and what can we expect in 2021 and beyond?

Sunshine Week panel on school board transparency

The Denver Press Club 1330 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO, United States

Join the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition, in person at the Denver Press Club or live on Facebook, for a Sunshine Week panel that explores the recent trend among some school boards in Colorado to disregard or evade the Colorado Open Meetings Law by discussing public business — including the replacement of district superintendents — outside of public view.

Ukraine, Russia and the media

The Denver Press Club brings together three media professionals with experience in Russia and Ukraine. Mark Dillen is a Denver-based media consultant who once worked with the foreign service in Moscow and taught journalism in Ukraine as a Fulbright scholar. Ann Imse is a former AP Moscow correspondent, who covered the collapse of the Soviet Union and travels to Russia to train journalists. Larry Ryckman is a former AP bureau chief in Moscow. The discussion will be led by Evan Wyloge, a Colorado Springs Gazette reporter who has worked with Ukrainian journalists.