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  1. Q&A: How Denver plans to move forward with new cultural policies

    Urban researcher Charles Landry and Executive Director of Denver Arts and Venues Kent Rice discuss the implementation of the city’s ambitious cultural plan.
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  2. Small Health Insurance Co-Ops Seeing Early Success

    Karl Sutton belongs to a farmers co-op in Montana where member-owners share costs and revenue. A health insurance co-op appeals to him, too — but can the model grow beyond its niche market?
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  3. Missing Jet Reportedly Kept Sending Signals For 5 1/2 Hours

    A source familiar with the investigation says a satellite system was getting pings from the plane long after its last reported contact with controllers. The jet and 239 people disappeared a week ago.
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  4. Lessons from 2013 floods help prepare for the next time

    Colorado's energy industry and state regulators learned some lessons from last September's floods. That knowledge could help prevent some damage the next time high water hits the state's oil and gas fields.
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  5. Recreational pot taxes bring in $2 million in January

    Consumers bought $14-million worth of marijuana in January. The state collected $2 million in tax revenue – and future collections are expected to rise.
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  6. Traders Defend High-Speed Systems Against Charges Of Rigging

    Author Michael Lewis says high-frequency traders have figured out a way to game the system. Some of those traders say that while there are "bad actors," high-speed trading plays a legitimate role.
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  7. Greyhound Racing May Be Headed For The Finish Line

    Today, only seven states still have the sport, and most of the dog tracks are in Florida. A bill in the Florida Legislature could kill greyhound racing there — and possibly nationwide.
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  8. I'm Darth Vader, And I Approve This Message

    Promising that he knows what it takes to rebuild an empire, Darth Vader has declared his candidacy for Ukraine's highest office.
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  9. Supreme Court Strikes Down Overall Limits On Political Contributions

    In a 5-4 decision, the court's conservative justices joined to eliminate the aggregate cap on contributions, but left in place a limit on donations to individual candidates.
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  10. Wedding March, Priscilla Ahn

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