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A Coloradan Helps Her Family in Puerto Rico; Colorado Businesses Tire Of Congested Roads; Support For People Who Hear Voices; The Western Slope Poet Laureate

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As many Puerto Ricans try to flee the U.S. territory after Hurricane Maria, a Denver woman plans to move back to help with recovery. Then, Colorado businesses are sick of congested roads, according to the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. They want a new source of funds, and say they won't wait for the state legislature any longer. What voters across Colorado might get if they vote to raise the sales tax. Plus, what makes this week's special session of the legislature, special? And, a support group for people who hear voices. Then, a poem from the Western Slope's new poet laureate.