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5:41pm

Wed June 1, 2011
Science

CSU Study Finds that Whole Grape May be the Perfect Colon Cancer-Fighting Food

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Researchers at Colorado State University may have unlocked the secret to why drinking wine and eating grapes can fight colon cancer.

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4:00pm

Wed June 1, 2011
Unemployment

Metro Unemployment Numbers Fall Nationally, in Colorado

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The hiring of seasonal jobs helped pushed down unemployment rates in more than 90% of the nation’s largest cities last month. But the numbers are somewhat mixed in Colorado.

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3:17pm

Wed June 1, 2011
State Capitol

Colorado the Latest State to Set Up Health Exchange

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Governor John Hickenlooper signed a healthcare exchange bill into law on Wednesday. The measure was one of the most high profile healthcare bills to pass the state legislature during the session.

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2:56pm

Wed June 1, 2011
Economy

Mountain States Economic Indicator Dips, Levels Still Healthy

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The latest economic survey of supply managers in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah still points to growth over the next three to six months. But one area will be noticeably absent.

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2:48pm

Wed June 1, 2011
Environment

Salazar Backs Away From 'Wild Lands' Order

The Interior Department's "wild lands" order had made millions of acres of undeveloped land mainly in the west eligible for federal wilderness protection.

Colorado environmental groups are sharply criticizing a move by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar that rescinds a sweeping order that could have made millions of acres of land across the West eligible for wilderness protection. But the Interior Department's reversal follows mounting criticism from oil and gas officials and some members of Congress.

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