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Online Tool Helps Create Legally Valid Will in 20 Minutes

Having a legal, up-to-date will is a powerful way to protect your loved ones, make important decisions about the future on your own terms, and support the causes you value.

Health Centers Push Back Against Big-Pharma Tactics

Colorado's community health centers are joining a national effort pushing back against Big Pharma's recent moves making it harder to provide discounted medicines to people living in severe poverty.

Climate Youth Take Aim at Largest Corporate Polluters

Colorado students are expected to gather at the State Capitol today, joining a global climate youth strike. Students will also march to a Chase bank location, to urge the company to divest fossil-fuel holdings they said are aiding Russia's war in Ukraine.

COVID Innovations Celebrated During National Health Center Week

Sunday marked the beginning of National Health Center Week, a chance to spotlight important contributions made by safety-net hospitals and clinics in Colorado and across the nation that serve all residents regardless of their ability to pay.

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

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Economic Pressure Builds Ahead of Elections in Tribal Areas

With the midterms near, recent inflation woes are especially felt in tribal areas, and Indigenous leaders in North Dakota hope it spurs turnout.
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Why Send Cubans to Delaware — or Anywhere?

Green Party of Florida counters his press release, "Cubans should be sent to Delaware!."

Fun and Creative Halloween Decorations

With Halloween just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking about indoor decorations.

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Boohoo Announces Ambassador Kourtney Kardashian Barker

Global e-retailer boohoo announces collaboration and partnership with Kourtney Kardashian Barker, entertainment personality and the CEO & founder of Poosh

What are Forex Expert Advisors and How do they Work?

While many traders still engage in manual trading, a rising number of investors now engage in fully automated trading utilizing robots or a combination of automated and manual trading.