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Colorado voters could see two constitutional amendment initiatives on the November ballot that, if passed, would limit oil and gas development near populated areas and would give local governments more authority over such developments. The initiatives are sponsored by...

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Surprisingly, this week’s prize for Stupidest Political Comment in the presidential race doesn’t go to Donnie Trump or Ted Cruz. Rather, that honor goes to the clueless cognoscenti of conventional political wisdom. They’ve made a unilateral decision that Bernie Sanders...

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On April 8, U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin in Eugene, Oregon handed down a victory for young environmental activists. Twenty-one young people from across the nation joined forces in 2015 to sue the federal government over its inaction in...

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Leo Scribner is like your average 12-year-old about to finish the seventh grade — decked out with a snapback, a hoodie and skateboard — in every way except two. He’ll dominate you in the swimming pool, and he won’t...

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Everyone has a story to tell, but stories are fragile and can easily be forgotten. They must be cared for and saved for future generations. And if not for historical purposes, then for cultural ones. That is the hope behind...

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Julia Herz hadn’t really planned on spending her life in beer, but she’s thrilled it worked out that way. Herz is the craft beer program director for the Boulder-based Brewers Association, which puts on the annual Great American Beer Festival....
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