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May 3, 2024: Student journalist on campus protests; A new plan to fund public transit

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Public transit supporters carrying signs supporting air pollution bill that funds for RTD.
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Alana Miller, who leads the Natural Resources Defense Council’s climate and clean energy policy in Colorado, marches to the state Capitol in Denver with other transit advocates on Thursday, May 2, 2024.

As antiwar protests continue on college campuses, we get perspective from a student journalist. Then, Colorado's bishop for the United Methodist Church talks about the decision to allow gay clergy. Also, the state appears ready to expand public transit funding, but there are strings attached for RTD. Plus, rethinking offices as housing, healing through music, and jazzing up graduation.