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Students Who Left College During COVID Can Still Earn Associate’s Degree

A new Colorado law will offer a pathway for thousands of students who have completed significant course work at public colleges and universities to receive an associate's degree.

Bridging the Divide in National Week of Conversation

This Saturday, thousands of Americans will take part in a first-ever event called America Talks

Media-Literacy Bill Headed to Gov. Polis’ Desk

A bill designed to help Colorado students learn how to critically evaluate what they see and hear in today's digital media landscape has cleared the Colorado General Assembly.

Tax Reforms Aim to Boost Assistance for Working Families

Children's advocates are supporting a pair of bills introduced this week by state Democrats to update Colorado's tax code

Groups Urge Gov. Polis to Support Major Climate Bill

Environmental groups are urging Gov. Jared Polis to support a major climate bill pending in the Colorado Legislature.

Students in San Luis Valley Needed for Whitewater Rafting, River Surfing

Middle- and high-school students in Colorado's San Luis Valley will get to go whitewater rafting for the first time this summer

Need for Mental, Substance-Abuse Treatment Increased During COVID

Colorado's community health centers have seen a dramatic increase in patients in need of care.

Lessons During COVID Spotlight Path Toward Greater Food Equity

After the coronavirus pandemic shut down restaurants and emptied grocery shelves, food experts said lessons learned while rebuilding regional supply chains could be tapped to make Colorado's food system more resilient and equitable.

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway
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Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change

More Calls for Pathway to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

Immigrants' rights advocates are calling on Congress to pave the way to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people in the U.S.

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway

Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change