A puddle of water sits in a retaining pond below firefighting training area at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Widefield aquifer below the base was found to be contaminated with PFAS from the use of toxic firefighting foam. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette via AP)

Colorado lawmakers wanted to tackle the state’s PFAS problem. They are taking more of a baby step.

A bill to regulate harmful “forever chemicals” that contaminate groundwater was chopped in half during its first public hearing

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Namaste Noir: A Colorado yoga co-op seeks to diversify, heal racialized trauma

A growing body of research asserts that racism and discrimination may be playing a larger factor than previously thought in elevating risks for obesity and chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer among people of color. Can yoga help?

Littwin: Does Trump know how government works? Here’s a hint: It involves more than issuing executive orders

Trump says his executive orders, which will almost certainly be challenged in court, “will take care of pretty much this entire (economic) situation” facing the country. Not even close.

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Nicolais: A lack of polling in the Senate race could mean bad news for Cory Gardner

With less than three months to go, the noticeable lack of polling available to the public suggests that Sen.Cory Gardner is in serious trouble

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