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May 7, 2024: Living with Long COVID; A new plan to lower property taxes

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51min 58sec
Courtesy Nina Storey and John Zeising
Nina Storey and John Zeising are two of the estimated 200,000 Coloradans who have Long COVID.

An estimated 200,000 people in Colorado have Long COVID. We speak with two of them today about their lives 4 years after diagnosis. Then, what a proposed plan at the state capitol could mean for property taxes. Later, healing the scar on the mountainside near Colorado Springs. And one of the new markers sharing the history of Denver's Chinatown is missing.