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As most of Colorado hunkered down for a blizzard that hit Denver in the mid-morning hours Wednesday, the Colorado Senate was busy working.
DENVER -- State senators made progress on a number of bills in the the Colorado Legislature this week while their counterparts in the State House stayed home.
The House closed due to Wednesdays blizzard conditions. The Senate did not.
On this weekend's Politics Unplugged, Anne Trujillo and Marianne Goodland of ColoradoPolitics.com talk about not only what was accomplished in the state legislature this week, but also whether the work accomplished was worth potentially risking the lives of lawmakers, capitol staff and the public.