The stop and search of two Native American students at CSU prompted us to ask Cheryl Crazy Bull, the president of the American Indian College Fund, about other barriers Native students face on college campuses. Then, Brian Eason of the Associated Press checks in about the struggles of the state employee pension system. Also, why the president of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition opposes making child autopsy reports public. A few groups are in the early stages of deciding whether to step in and buy the Denver Post. And, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan. Hogan died Sunday of cancer.
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