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Connect for Health Colorado Releases Record 2017 Enrollment Figures

Connect for Health Colorado, Colorado’s state-run marketplace for medical and dental insurance recently released its record numbers for the first open-enrollment period of 2017....
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Pro-Marijuana Groups Celebrating CDPHE Report

In 2012 Colorado citizens voted to legalize marijuana, making it the first state to do so, and a recent report from the Colorado Department...
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How Will Colorado Expand Its Busy Highways?

If you’ve lived in the Denver metro for more than a few days, you’re excited to enjoy the mountain views and outdoor activities, but...
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Opioid-related Deaths Skyrocket in Colorado

Heroin and opioid-related deaths and overdoses have skyrocketed over the past several years in the state of Colorado, and those combating drug abuse and...
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Colorado Ranks 10th Nationally for Solar Industry Jobs

The 2016 report from the National Solar Jobs Census is in and the future of solar jobs in Colorado is looking bright. Per the...
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Colorado Legislators Seek to Help Vets with Bad Paper

Readjustment to civilian life can be difficult for many military members, but change can be even more difficult for those who leave the military...
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Colorado Legislation Passes New Law On Home Grown Pot

In 2012 Colorado voters approved Amendment 64, and became the first state in the US to legalize recreational marijuana. Despite being the first state...
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All Colorado Counties to be Covered with ACA Plans in 2018

The healthcare roller coaster continues to rise and fall in Washington, and the Senate debates a new healthcare plan that would largely eliminate the...
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Marijuana Industry Poised to Make $20.2 Billion By 2021

On November 6, 2012, Colorado voters approved Amendment 64, the first statewide legislation to legalize growing, selling, and consuming recreational marijuana in the United...
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Colorado Baker’s Same-Sex Cake Case Makes it to Supreme Court

A Colorado baker argues that a law requiring that he bake cakes for same-sex couples takes away from his artistic expression. On Monday, June...