Monday Index

November 7, 2011

Listeria victims expand their target compensation groups (Denver Post). Colorado's governors have historically tried to limit a tax-break program that costs the state $60 million annually (Denver Post). Colorado's minimum wage is set to go up on January 1st (Denver Business Journal).

Colorado Springs Utilities plans to increase its budget (Gazette). KRDO takes a closer look into the arrests made at Occupy Colorado Springs. A shelter that requires bible study could lose its federal funding (KXRM).

Pueblo County has the second highest rate of teen pregnancy in the state (KOAA). Occupy Pueblo expands (KRDO).

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