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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear a Colorado perspective on disruption caused by the coronavirus. Plus, we’ll learn about ‘Safe Lots’ in our state, and the history of Denver’s first African American female physician, Dr. Justina Ford.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll look at the debate in the state Capitol around paid family leave. Plus, what happened on the day of the “Killdozer” rampage in Granby. We’ll also hear about the debate around oil and gas regulations in Larimer County, and explore a new CBD facility in Greeley.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll get an early look at Colorado’s presidential primary. Plus, state lawmakers are trying to boost reading scores across the state. We’ll also learn about legislation around Holocaust and genocide studies in Colorado.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear about a proposed housing development in Fort Collins. Plus, a new bill would allow for more options for after-death care in Colorado. We will also learn about a nonprofit ski area in our state, and visit a museum exhibit dedicated to ‘unmentionable’ objects.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll look at what’s ahead for Colorado’s presidential primary, and get the latest from Colorado’s state Capitol. Plus, the history of Nicodemus, and some last-minute Valentine’s Day ideas.

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Today on Colorado Edition: We look at a bill that would change school immunization requirements, discuss the University of Northern Colorado's budget woes, and learn about two women working to help an older generation get hired. We also dive into the end of Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet's presidential campaign now that he's dropped out of the race, and we explore the intersection between facial recognition technology and gender identity.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll learn about a partnership between mental health services and the police department on the University of Colorado Boulder’s campus. Plus, a look at how Denver Public Schools is changing the way they teach students with disabilities. We’ll also discuss what artificial intelligence could mean for jobs in our area, and hear about why some firearm and ammunition manufacturers are considering moving states.

Janelle Shane

Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll learn about what the switch to a presidential primary will mean for Colorado voters. Plus, the limits, and potential, of artificial intelligence. We’ll also discuss how Colorado’s low unemployment rate is affecting the census, and we’ll hear about the rise in small batch chocolate-making in Colorado.

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Today on Colorado Edition: we look at how Colorado's Senate delegation voted during President Trump's impeachment trial. Plus, a new bill would ban hair discrimination in our state. We'll also learn about an attempt at breaking a world record for the largest firework, and peek behind the curtain of the Oscars. 

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Today on Colorado Edition: We look at what voters can expect from our state's presidential primary. We also check in on sports betting after Coloradans approved Prop DD last November, and find out how it may or may not fund the Colorado Water Plan. Then, we get the latest on Xerox's hostile takeover of HP, a major player in our region. Finally, we speak to a police officer who works for Fort Collins Police Department's mental health response team.

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