Neil Mahoney had access to lethal drugs under Colorado’s 2016 End of Life Options Act, a law that allows terminally ill patients to obtain medications to end their lives. He was the patient at the center of a legal battle over whether a Christian-run hospital system could bar its doctors from following the law. (Heidi de Marco, Kaiser Health News)

Terminally ill, a Colorado man wanted aid-in-dying. His Catholic hospital said no.

Even as an increasing number of U.S. states have legalized aid-in-dying laws, exercising that option is challenging for patients in a country where most large hospital systems have deep religious ties and the religious right is powerful

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A look at the Coloradans supporting Donald Trump and why they adore the president

The Colorado Sun spoke with several Trump supporters at his Colorado Springs rally on Thursday. Here’s what they had to say.

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Cory Gardner goes all-in with Donald Trump, says the results for Colorado “are simply astounding”

Trump and Gardner shared the same stage at the Broadmoor World Arena, completing a years-in-the-making union. “Mr. President,” Gardner said, “you’ve done so much for Colorado.”

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A bill is coming that would change enrollment rules for Colorado charter schools. Could it also deter more from opening?

Rep. Shannon Bird plans to introduce legislation that would revamp the application and appeals processes for charter schools. Education groups fear the changes single out charters and put their future in question.