Bennet Announces New Legislation to Expand Opportunities for Student Apprenticeship Programs
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet announced he will soon introduce the Student Apprenticeship Act, new legislation to close the gap between higher education and labor by modernizing workforce training and accelerating the growth of registered apprenticeship programs nationwide.
Denver could vote on a facial recognition tech ban in the 2020 election
The measure would ban city agencies including Denver police from using facial recognition technology and data acquired from it. DPD doesn’t currently use this kind of technology or use local or national databases using this technology.
Denver B-cycle, the city’s first shared mobility system, will ride off into the sunset early next year as Denver Public Works announced Thursday plans for a major overhaul of the way it regulates the competing fleets of bike shares, electric bicycles and scooters scattered across downtown.
Trump administration extends reprieve allowing limited tech exports to Huawei
The Trump administration will extend for another 90 days its temporary order that allows a limited range of U.S. technology exports to China’s Huawei, the Commerce Department said Monday. The extended grace period is meant to help rural U.S. telecom companies that rely on Huawei equipment to provide wireless Internet and phone service, the Commerce Department said. But it doesn’t fundamentally change the sweeping prohibitions the U.S. has put on Huawei.