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Student journalists question and compete at Capitol Hill

Ella Srholez, Reporter

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Ella Srholez
The 37th annual Capitol Hill Press Conference took place in the Capitol Building in central Denver on Monday, February 26th. Students from sixteen high schools around the state asked questions on various political and social issues of four different speakers. Following the Press Conference, students participated in journalism competitions, from on-the-spot news features to broadcast packages.

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