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2 hrs ago | Business Journal
Coloradans overwhelmingly oppose a proposal to let states collect sales tax from out-of-state Internet retailers, a new poll shows - a result that flies in the face of two years worth of legislative efforts here to push the state toward benefiting financially from sales that online giants like Amazon.com make to local residents.
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2 hrs ago | The Gazette
Lisa Donaladson has accepted the job of vice president of instructional services, and Jacquelyn Gaiters-Jordan is the dean of the division of math and English.
3 hrs ago | Switched
SEPTEMBER 06: U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan speaks during the final day of the Democratic National Convention at Time Warner Cable Arena on September 6, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
5 hrs ago | Business Journal
Vital for Colorado, a business group that counts more than 2,700 members on its rolls, has asked U.S. Rep. Jared Polis to withdraw his support of two ballot proposals aimed at the state's oil and gas industry.
9 hrs ago | CBS Local
The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol launched a state-wide campaign encouraging drivers to buckle up.
13 hrs ago | Lamar Daily News
The Otero Junior College Foundation received $9,000 through the Race To The Top Early Childhood Education Scholarship Challenge that must be used to fund scholarships for students studying Early Childhood Education during the 2014-2015 year.
18 hrs ago | National Review Online
Such apparent abuses have caught the eye of Colorado's executive and legislative powers alike, and the state has launched an effort to curb them.
Businesses along Highway 24 have felt the impact of the weather-related road closures.
One in six Coloradans experience hunger and many are children. But an eight year old is working to change that.
After initially supporting incumbent Sen. Mark Udall , through the first quarter of this year, oil and natural gas companies have since overwhelmingly supported his challenger, Rep. Cory Gardner , over Mr. Udall.
Some Colorado voters admit they've tried marijuana since it became legal in their state on Jan. 1, but most voters agree that marijuana use should be confined to homes and members-only clubs, a new Quinnipiac University poll reveals.
One man was hospitalized with pneumonic plague on July 11 after coming in contact with his infected dog, which died from the illness.
A vacancy committee tapped Kim Ransom, a former legislative aide, to run as the Republican nominee for a Douglas County seat in the Colorado House.
A majority of Colorado voters polled by Quinnipiac University said marijuana use should be confined to homes and members-only clubs, and abortion should be legal.
Marijuana use under Colorado's recreational pot law should be kept to private residences and members-only clubs, according to a poll of the state's voters released Monday by Quinnipiac University .
Partygoers dance and smoke pot at the annual 4/20 marijuana festival in Denver on April 19. Nearly eight months into Colorado's first-of-its-kind experiment, a small but slowly growing share of voters report having tried marijuana since its sale for recreational use began Jan. 1. The vast majority - 83 percent - still say they have not tried the ... (more)
The federal Highway Trust Fund, which helps pay for transit projects nationwide, is expected to run out of money in August - a scenario that would undercut road builders in states such as Colorado and lead to nationwide job losses and construction delays.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 06:24 pm
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