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  1. Colorado's 2014 taxes on recreational pot come in low at $44M

    The haul was well below estimates of $70 million.
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  2. A storm, a journalist, and the working poor

    "White collar bosses like mine tend to understand if a skilled employee is late," Barbara Howard says. But life was different for the woman and child in her passenger seat.
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  3. Pueblo teachers 'mourning' over new standardized tests

    The teachers union there is calling for "a day of mourning for the loss of teaching and learning."
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  4. Highway hotspot for animal collisions will be overhauled

    The 10-mile stretch saw 47 car accidents involving animals in just 4 years.
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  5. Boulder considers fate of short-term online rentals

    Rentals of less than 30 days are currently mostly illegal in the city.
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  6. Union membership rises in Colorado, lags national average

    Colorado has been below the U.S. average every year since state numbers were first available in 1989.
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  7. Man trapped between walls at Longmont store pleads guilty

    The 35-year-old man pleaded guilty to drug possession and criminal tampering.
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  8. Flexible water market bill moves forward in Colorado legislature

    One of the bill's sponsors explained her goal is to find new ways to address the state’s growing need to for water.
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  9. ACLU sues Fort Collins over panhandling ordinance

    The ACLU says police have issued "dozens and dozens" of citations to poor people publicly soliciting donations.
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  10. Glyn Johns recalls work with Beatles, Rolling Stones and more in 'Sound Man'

    Keefer reviews the memoir of engineer Glyn Johns, who worked with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Clash, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin and countless others.
    OpenAir · Blog Post