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Bennet backs Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act

Bennet backs Continental Divide Wilderness and Recreation Act

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: BRECKENRIDGE — Sen. Michael Bennet on Wednesday announced he’ll introduce a bill this session to protect more…

Good Samaritan law could have cleaned up Gold King, but Dems want reform

Good Samaritan law could have cleaned up Gold King, but Dems want reform

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: A little over two weeks after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and contract workers accidentally released 3…

Lawmakers from 13 states converge on Vail to compare notes, discuss differences

Lawmakers from 13 states converge on Vail to compare notes, discuss differences

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in The Colorado Statesman: VAIL – Getting more than 300 state lawmakers to focus on the human side of public policy…

Rare new home on West Meadow Drive to benefit from hospital project

Rare new home on West Meadow Drive to benefit from hospital project

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the Vail Daily: West Meadow Drive in Vail has long been a key connection between the town’s two major pedestrian…

Mayor Daly: Pot shops bad for Vail’s brand

Mayor Daly: Pot shops bad for Vail’s brand

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: Vail Mayor Andy Daly says the ski town’s older guests, many from more conservative parts of the…

Vail Symposium solar-energy experts push for stronger public policy, legislation

Vail Symposium solar-energy experts push for stronger public policy, legislation

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in The Colorado Statesman: EDWARDS – The future of solar energy in Colorado and the United States is very bright, according…

Forest supervisor says Battle Mountain land-swap plan must be in ‘public interest’

Forest supervisor says Battle Mountain land-swap plan must be in ‘public interest’

Editor’s note: A version of this story first ran in The Colorado Statesman: A large proposed land swap between a private developer and the U.S. Forest Service near Vail and…

Colorado home to growing peace industry in increasingly violent world

Colorado home to growing peace industry in increasingly violent world

Editor’s note: A version of this story first appeared in the Colorado Statesman. Colorado is rapidly becoming a hub of international violence prevention – a growth industry according to an…

Conflict experts dispute impact of global climate change on national security

Conflict experts dispute impact of global climate change on national security

Global conflict experts say the Obama administration’s recent focus on climate change as a national security threat may be misguided. “The link between global warming and national security needs is…

IOC boss: post-Sochi cost-cutting plan sparks interest in Winter Olympics

IOC boss: post-Sochi cost-cutting plan sparks interest in Winter Olympics

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said this week the IOC’s new agenda urging lower costs for host cities has spurred more interest in bidding on…