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10:45pm

Mon May 14, 2012
Politics

Civil Unions Likely to Influence Voting in November

Monday’s 5 to 4 party-line vote on civil unions in the State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee may end the discussion for now, but the political ramifications will likely extend to the polls this November.

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10:33pm

Mon May 14, 2012
Politics

Civil Unions Legislation Defeated In So-called “Kill Committee”

The effort to revive a stalled civil unions bill has run out of steam at the Colorado Capitol. The measure died Monday night in a Republican-controlled House committee.

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12:43pm

Mon May 14, 2012
Parks & Rec

Trail Ridge Road Opens Early Due To Warm Weather

Trail Ridge Eoad near highest point, U.S. Route 34
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11:36am

Mon May 14, 2012

5:52am

Mon May 14, 2012
Around the Nation

Pipe Shop Owner Fights For Free Expression

When Adam Spiegel rolls down the metal security doors at his Medford, Ore., store, a painting becomes visible. Officials told him to clean the graffiti or be fined. He tells the Mail-Tribune it's not graffiti: it's a mural. Some onlookers think the painting resembles a giant bong.

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