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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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The Latest: Denver teachers, officials in contract talks

The Latest on the Denver teachers strike (all times local): 10:55 a.m.

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The Latest on the Denver teachers strike (all times local): 10:55 a.m.

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DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers and district leaders were trying to end a strike over pay Tuesday with the help of a federal negotiator.

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Denver teachers and district leaders are negotiating to try end a strike over pay with the help of a federal negotiator in front of a room packed with striking teachers dressed in red

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Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders put Denver teachers strike in national spotlight

Three current or possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have endorsed the Denver teachers strike, putting it in the national political spotlight.

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Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders put Denver teachers strike in national spotlight

Three current or possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have endorsed the Denver teachers strike, putting it in the national political spotlight.

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Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders put Denver teachers strike in national spotlight

Three current or possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have endorsed the Denver teachers strike, putting it in the national political spotlight.

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PHOTOS: Denver teachers strike Day 2: Negotiations and picketing continue

Negotiators from Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association returned to the bargaining table Tuesday morning as educators continued striking in the name of fair wages, rallying across the city.

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A local cannabis dispensary is offering Denver Public School employees eighths of cannabis for a penny while the teachers strike carries on into its second day.

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A local cannabis dispensary is offering Denver Public School employees eighths of cannabis for a penny while the teachers strike carries on into its second day.

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Denver teachers, officials resume negotations

Students joined teachers on the picket lines for a second day as the Denver Public Schools district and teacher’s union resumed negotiations. (Feb. 12)         

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The Latest: Denver teachers, officials resume negotiations

The Latest on the Denver teachers strike (all times local): 10:55 a.m.

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The city of Denver won't allow the Beloved tiny-home village to move into Globeville until the plan gets neighbors' support, a councilman says.

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The city of Denver won't allow the Beloved tiny-home village to move into Globeville until the plan gets neighbors' support, a councilman says.

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Negotiations between Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association resumed on the second day of the city's teachers strike, with two new proposals exchanged between the groups by mid-afternoon.

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Negotiators from Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association returned to the bargaining table Tuesday morning after the first day of a teachers strike that saw more than 2,600 educators walk out of their classrooms in the name of fair wages.

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Denver teachers, officials resume negotations

Students joined teachers on the picket lines for a second day as the Denver Public Schools district and teacher’s union resumed negotiations. (Feb. 12)         

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The teachers write that “unpredictable pay, based on the district’s arbitrary formula, makes it impossible for teachers to plan their lives, and it does nothing to actually keep good teachers in the schools that need them.”

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