We'll meet the man who founded Colorado's Unity Party, which is now officially recognized in the state. The party, which has its state convention this weekend, would allow 16-year-olds to vote and make healthcare costs deductible. Then, author Matthew Sullivan's new mystery novel is based, in part, on the real-life murder of a family in Aurora that's never been solved. And, we'll talk about "slow food" and why its gaining popularity in the state. Plus, a new start-up in Colorado is finding a market for food that would otherwise be wasted.
Colorado's Newest Political Party; Novel Based On Real-Life Murder In Aurora; Understanding Slow Food?
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Ryan Warner is the senior host and editor of Colorado Public Radio's daily interview program "Colorado Matters." He regularly reports on the most important issues facing Colorado - from the state capitol, which includes a monthly interview with the Governor of Colorado - to topics concerning health, education, business, energy and the environment and arts and culture.
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