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2:00am

Tue April 17, 2012
Religion

China's Policy On Tibet 'Must Be Realistic'

Originally published on Tue April 17, 2012 4:46 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

We're going to hear now from a religious leader revered by Tibetan Buddhists and admired by countless others - the 14th Dalai Lama. A year ago he stepped down as the political leader of Tibet's government in exile to devote himself to spreading a spiritual message of compassion and peace. Still, he's been drawn into talking about violence since a wave of deadly protests swept through the Tibetan areas of China.

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5:08pm

Mon April 16, 2012
Environment

Review: Forest Service Crews had Insufficient Data on Weather, Unburned Vegetation

Gov. John Hickenlooper and CSU President Tony Frank at Media Briefing
Kirk Siegler

An independent review commissioned by the Governor and Colorado State University of the conditions leading up to the deadly Lower North Fork wildfire was released to the public Monday.

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3:46pm

Mon April 16, 2012
Environment

Electric Cars in Colorado Have Higher Carbon Emissions, Says Group

An electric car charger in California
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 The electric car may be the next big hope for reducing carbon emissions, but one environmental advocacy group says just how effective these vehicles are at limiting emissions depends on where you are in the country.

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1:05pm

Mon April 16, 2012
Politics

Romney Picks Up Most Colorado Delegates, but Support Still Mixed

Delegates have been selected for this year’s presidential nominating conventions, but while Colorado Democrats are pledging unity, Republican’s continue to have split loyalties.

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10:20am

Mon April 16, 2012
Politics

Bill Pushes for Sale of Federal Lands in Colorado

Colorado General Assembly www.state.co.us

A state house committee is set to hear a controversial bill today that seeks to force the federal government to sell certain public lands in Colorado and put some of the proceeds into a state trust fund for education and water projects.

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