Colorado Democratic lawmakers revealed their first bill for the upcoming legislative session today…and, the federal government is considering moving bison captured outside Yellowstone National Park to public lands in Colorado, South Dakota and elsewhere in part to prevent an annual slaughter of the animals.

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