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Colorado Republicans blasts Senate’s CIA torture report

Colorado Republicans blasts Senate’s CIA torture report

U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, Colorado’s senior Republican member of Congress, blasted Tuesday’s release by the Senate Intelligence Committee of report highly critical of the post-9/11 torture techniques utilized by the…

Know your edibles: pot packaging battle looms in legislature

Know your edibles: pot packaging battle looms in legislature

Marijuana entrepreneur Nick Brown prefers education to regulation when it comes to the packaging, production and marketing of edible pot products so they stay out of the hands (and mouths)…

GOP wants Colorado control of federal lands

GOP wants Colorado control of federal lands

Republicans aren’t just gunning for control of both houses of the State Legislature on Tuesday, they’d also like state government to take over millions of acres of federal lands in…

GOP mayor vying for Aspen’s state senate seat stumbles by using town hall to campaign

GOP mayor vying for Aspen’s state senate seat stumbles by using town hall to campaign

Conservative Republicans running for the state legislature in mountain districts have faced an array of ethical and technical difficulties this campaign season, including judgment calls glitches that may have violated…

Experts say Colorado’s U.S. Senate race diverts focus from other key women’s issues

Experts say Colorado’s U.S. Senate race diverts focus from other key women’s issues

ASPEN, Colo. – Two prominent advocates for increasing female political leadership around the world said at a recent global-conflict conference here that the focus on reproductive rights in Colorado’s U.S.…

Colorado ballot issues: GMO labeling, horse-track gaming, personhood, school sunlight

Colorado ballot issues: GMO labeling, horse-track gaming, personhood, school sunlight

Former Colorado lawmaker and Agriculture Commissioner Don Ament understands why people want more information about the genetically engineered food products they’re eating, but he doesn’t think GMO labeling should happen…

State Senate opponents differ widely on urban-rural divide that led to secession votes

State Senate opponents differ widely on urban-rural divide that led to secession votes

Don Suppes, the Republican candidate for Senate District 5, sympathizes with backers of last year’s secession movement in Colorado, while his Democratic opponent – Kerry Donovan – says Suppes’ views…

One Vail climber dead, second injured on North Maroon Peak

One Vail climber dead, second injured on North Maroon Peak

Search and rescue crews found one Vail climber dead and another injured but still alive near Aspen’s iconic Maroon Bells on Friday. The Pitkin County Coroner’s Office identified the dead…

Search on for missing Vail-area climbers near Maroon Bells

Search on for missing Vail-area climbers near Maroon Bells

Search and rescue crews Friday morning were out in force looking for two Vail-area climbers missing after reaching the summit of one of the Maroon Bells near Aspen on Wednesday.…

Local state senate race that could tip balance of power features all-out gun battle

Local state senate race that could tip balance of power features all-out gun battle

The talk out here in the sagebrush of state Senate District 5 – where Hunter S. Thompson used to blast away at TV sets and Alfred Packer used a pistol…

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