Snowy weather cancels Colorado Legislature |

Snowy weather cancels Colorado Legislature

DENVER — Colorado’s snowy weather has prompted the state Legislature to close its doors.

Lawmakers won’t be meeting in Denver Monday.

That means lawmakers will reschedule a hearing on a contentious bill that would limit penalties on businesses in discrimination cases, such as denying service to gay people.

Lawmakers were also scheduled to consider a bill to repeal Colorado’s 15-round limit on ammunition magazines. The limit has already been rejected by the House, but the GOP Senate is advancing a similar proposal.

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