Tue May 31, 2011
The Two-Way

Rep. Weiner Seeks Advice About Legal Action Over Lewd Twitpic

Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY). Oct. 2, 2010, file photo.
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"New York Rep. Anthony Weiner [D] has retained an attorney to advise him 'what civil or criminal actions should be taken' after a lewd picture was sent from his Twitter account," Politico reports.

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Wed May 25, 2011

Colorado Senators Oppose Medicare Changes

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Colorado’s Democratic senators firmly oppose a budget plan coming up for a vote this week that would overhaul Medicare.

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Sun May 22, 2011
Health and Environment

Colorado Children Thriving Under New Autism Law

Therapist Alli Guzzo is teaching Aiden Robles, 3, how to control himself and speak in sentences.
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It costs about the same amount of money for a year at Harvard as it does to treat an autistic child.  Last summer, a new Colorado law took effect that shifts that high cost from parents to health insurers. Colorado Public News checks in on what it’s meant for one Aurora family.

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Fri May 20, 2011

Vice President Biden Stumps in Colorado

Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden Friday.
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The 2012 presidential campaign season has unofficially begun in Colorado. Vice President Joe Biden headlined the first major Colorado fundraiser for President Barack Obama in the Denver area Friday, where  he also touted federal investments in clean energy research at the National Renewable Energy Lab.

"The one thing that has been missing of late, until President Obama came along, is that science is back in America," Biden said in a speech at NREL.

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Wed May 18, 2011

Watchdog Group Issues Call to Action on High Gas Prices, Criticizing Rep. Gardner

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The watchdog group Taxpayers for Common Sense Action is launching an Internet ad campaign against Republican 4th Congressional District Representative Cory Gardner. At issue is Gardner’s neutral stance on tax subsidies for oil and gas companies.

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