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Zornio: Colorado’s e-bike rebates could help many of us reduce our carbon footprint, with a smile

As a long-time bike commuter, I’ve easily pedaled thousands of miles over the years. But as much as I love to ride, I’ve always felt a small pang of guilt for falling short in not using my bicycle for all my daily transportation needs. Hopefully, Colorado is about to reduce my carbon footprint with its […]

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Colorado’s special legislative session on coronavirus relief set to begin Nov. 30

Gov. Jared Polis announced late Thursday that Colorado’s special legislative session aimed at providing people with economic relief from the state’s worsening coronavirus crisis will begin on Nov. 30. The session will start at 10 a.m. on that date and must run at least three days. “We are living in a moment of unprecedented urgency,” […]

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Parents of students with autism want behavior therapists allowed in Colorado classrooms

David Quinlan’s 9-year-old son, who has autism, has experienced great progress in how he communicates and copes thanks to 30 to 35 hours a week of applied behavior analysis therapy. But the only way Quinlan can fit that much specialized therapy into the week is to pull his son out of his Cherry Creek School […]

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The alarm over Democratic agenda grows, and now the threat of recall elections looms

Mike Lefever knows all about the nascent effort to recall Gov. Jared Polis. The Eastern Colorado farmer and corn-industry promoter said it’s all the talk online, particularly in rural parts of the state where voters are upset about the governor’s support for the national popular vote compact and new restrictions on oil and gas production. […]