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Specific goals outlined during speech to General Assembly include legalizing civil unions, regulations for the marijuana industry, support for aerospace and a funding structure for the Medicaid expansion.
When Lyndsey Fry takes the ice in Sochi, Russia, next month, she'll also carry with her the memory of Liz Turgeon, a friend who was supposed to be there as well.
A new study shows that national methane emissions are much higher than previous federal estimates.
Jennifer Goodland has a soft spot for every dot on Colorado’s map--no matter how small--and she’s on a mission to document them all.
Ken Gordon served in the Colorado House and Senate for 14 years and was an ardent advocate for campaign finance reform before his death in December.
John Lavey, a land-use planner at the nonprofit Sonoran Institute in Montana, recently decided revisited how water borders would remap the U.S.
Lots of programs help high school students prepare and pay for college, but one Denver scholarship also aims to help these students stay in college and graduate.
Previously, payments for divorcees could vary significantly based on where in Colorado the divorce was filed, according to advocates of the law, which takes effect this month.
Have you laughingly told someone that you're bad at math? That might have contributed to the mortgage crisis and made politics more divisive, says Boulder astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett.