Legislative leaders are moving ahead with plans to televise the Colorado House of Representatives starting in January.
Floor debates in the House will be carried live through a Comcast Cable Channel and through the internet under a plan approved Wednesday by legislative leaders. Legislators say the decision helps bring the legislature into the 21st century, and 34 states have similar programs.
The house channel will be called ``Colorado Open House.''
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