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Colorado senators vote along party lines on health care motion to proceed

Colorado senators vote along party lines on health care motion to proceed

Republican senators on Tuesday narrowly approved a motion to proceed to debate on a health care bill meant to repeal the 2010 Affordable Care Act and possibly replace it with…

Governor calls on senators to ‘stand up for Colorado’ with health care vote

Governor calls on senators to ‘stand up for Colorado’ with health care vote

With the Senate poised to vote on some sort of health care bill today, starting with a simple motion to proceed that appears to be in trouble, Democratic Colorado Gov.…

Hickenlooper cheers removal of Canyons of the Ancients from Trump hit list

Hickenlooper cheers removal of Canyons of the Ancients from Trump hit list

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday lauded a decision by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to essentially leave Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Colorado alone, with…

Morgan Stanley provides $10,000 grant to Food Bank of the Rockies to expand fresh produce program

Morgan Stanley provides $10,000 grant to Food Bank of the Rockies to expand fresh produce program

DENVER, Colo. – The Food Bank of the Rockies on Monday announced a new grant from the Morgan Stanley Foundation to support the food bank’s fresh produce program. The funds…

CSRxP launches campaign in Colorado to hold big pharma accountable for out-of-control drug prices

CSRxP launches campaign in Colorado to hold big pharma accountable for out-of-control drug prices

“My family’s prescription drug costs can sometimes exceed $650 per month – and that’s with good insurance coverage. While we are fortunate enough to afford the cost of the medications,…

Spicer denial of Nazi chemical weapons use draws ire of Colorado congressman

Spicer denial of Nazi chemical weapons use draws ire of Colorado congressman

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Democrat from Boulder, Colo., sharply criticized White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s denial that Adolf Hitler used chemical weapons during World War II. Spicer made…

FedEx launches 5th annual Small Business Grant Contest

FedEx launches 5th annual Small Business Grant Contest

FedEx recently launched its 5th annual Small Business Grant Contest and has begun accepting applications for a total prize pool of $120,500 — the largest sum since the contest’s inception.…

One Colorado county bucks national trend, rejects Trump, GOP agenda

One Colorado county bucks national trend, rejects Trump, GOP agenda

Republican Donald Trump may have shocked the popular-vote majority of the nation with his electoral college victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton Tuesday, but Eagle County continued its trend toward supporting…

Breckenridge community gathers to discuss solutions to skyrocketing prescription drug prices

Breckenridge community gathers to discuss solutions to  skyrocketing prescription drug prices

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP) hosted a discussion on Wednesday about rising prescription drug prices and common-sense solutions to fix the broken prescription drug market.…

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

After another small dose of winter weather on Tuesday night, Arapahoe Basin ski area on Colorado’s Continental Divide announced on Wednesday that it will open for the 2016-17 ski season…

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