The Colorado Springs Business Journal provides a round-up of last night's caucuses.
In Colorado Springs, the Gazette reports a rise in middle-class Coloradans with little or no health insurance. A third member of the commission looking into the city's ownership of Memorial Hospital has resigned (Gazette). KRDO checks in with the city's homeless, as does KOAA and KXRM.
In Pueblo, D-70 made more budget cuts, including furlough days (KKTV).
In LaJunta, the Tribune-Democrat reports the city saw a 2% sales tax loss in February.
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