Rocky Mountain PBS I-News

I-News is the public service journalism arm of Rocky Mountain PBS and works in collaboration with news media throughout Colorado.

You can learn more about I-News at www.inewsnetwork.org.

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7:24am

Mon October 8, 2012
Politics

Who Are The Power Players In Colorado's Political Funding?

401kcalculator.org Flickr - Creative Commons

Corporations and billionaires – and their extravagant contributions to the presidential campaigns – have drawn the most national attention this year in terms of campaign financing. But in Colorado it is the same handful of wealthy Democrats and the labor unions continuing to play a steady hand.

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5:58am

Fri September 28, 2012
Politics

Amendment 65: A Non-Binding Retort To Citizens United

Screencap of the website of Coloradans Get Big Money Out of Politics, one of three groups spearheading Amendment 65
Coloradans Get Big Money Out of Politics

Colorado Amendment 65 is a non-binding referendum that encourages the state’s U.S. representatives and senators to support a U.S. constitutional amendment limiting campaign contributions and spending.

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4:49pm

Tue September 18, 2012
Politics

Amendment 64: Who's Bankrolling What?

Torben Hansen Flickr - Creative Commons

Colorado’s ballot initiative to legalize marijuana possession is billed by one leading local advocate as “a grassroots effort here on the ground,” but an examination of contributions to the campaign tell a far different story.

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7:10am

Thu August 16, 2012
LISTERIA OUTBREAK: ONE YEAR LATER

Little Accountability In Food Safety Audits

United States Department of Agriculture

The deadly listeria outbreak at Jensen Farms last fall illustrates wider failures in the private food safety auditing industry, an industry which operates with little government oversight.

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8:18am

Wed August 15, 2012
Listeria Outbreak: One Year Later

Charges Loom As Jensen Farms Listeria Investigation Nears End

United States Department of Agriculture

Federal prosecutors are close to concluding a criminal investigation into last fall’s deadly listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupes grown at Jensen Farms, the I-News Network has learned.

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