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  1. Federal Compensation Moves Slowly A Year After EPA-Triggered Gold King Spill

    Nearly 70 individuals and businesses across Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and the Navajo Nation have filled out financial claims with the EPA.
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  2. Feeling the Music

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  3. An Effort To Revive Colorado’s First State Song, ‘Where The Columbines Grow’

    Adopted in 1915, A.J. Fynn’s song is little known today. Constitutional law scholar Rob Natelson wants to change that.
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  4. Listeners: After Mass Shootings, Media Should Seek Facts And Respect Privacy

    Nearly 200 listeners responded through our Public Insight Network about what they want from news coverage of these events. Here's what some of you said.
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  5. In South Texas, Fair Wages Elude Farmworkers, 50 Years After Historic Strike

    Farmworkers in South Texas marched 200 miles for better wages and working conditions. But the strike ultimately failed, and workers today face the same problem: growers who systematically underpay.
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  6. After Years Of Sweat, Fencer Jason Pryor Makes His Olympic Debut

    In the days before his competition, Pryor said he had never been more ready for anything in his life. With his family watching, he faced a tough Swiss opponent in his opening match.
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  7. A Month After Turkey's Failed Coup, Taking Stock Of A Sweeping Purge

    Since a failed coup attempt just over a month ago, Turkey's government has launched a sweeping purge that has impacted tens of thousands over a wide cross section of Turkish society.
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  8. Best of 2013 Colorado VIPs: Sarah Slater of Titwrench Fest

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  9. 50 Years After Texas College Shooting, 'Campus-Carry' Becomes Law

    Memorials to the 14 killed and 31 wounded by clocktower shooter Charles Whitman on Aug. 1, 1966, coincided with the legalization of concealed-carry handguns on Texas state universities.
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  10. How One Iranian-American Celebrates The Noruz Holiday In Denver

    Ramina Kashani, who fled Iran at 14, shares her favorite memories of the Persian New Year.
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