A farm sits just outside the town limits of Norwood, Colorado,in San Miguel County on June 23, 2019. Colorado will spend big bucks in the next year trying to make sure people who live in rural areas are counted in the 2020 census. (William Woody, Special to the Colorado Sun)

As rural Colorado fears being overlooked in 2020 census, some question spending money on outreach

The stakes for the census count are real: A study estimates a loss of $63 million for a 1% undercount of Colorado residents

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Nicolais: Have anti-abortion Coloradans finally proposed an initiative that can pass?

After failing to learn their lesson from failed personhood campaigns, proponents of Initiative 120 have put forward a bill that may appeal voters at the center of Colorado’s political spectrum

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