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?
About Ryan Warner
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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Join CPR for "Atlas of a Lost World," a conversation with author Craig Childs and Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner. Enjoy radio in the making at this special event in Grand Junction on Friday, July 13.
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