THE MIX

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Colorado newspaper publisher: No lawsuit against senator for ‘fake news’ claim after all

Well, that escalated quickly— and then fizzled out. It turns out Grand Junction Daily Sentinel publisher Jay Seaton, who made national news two months ago with […] > read more

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Fact-checking Trump’s Antiquities Act order

This story originally appeared in High Country News “San Juan County is now the epicenter of a brutal battle over public lands,” Orrin Hatch, the […] > read more

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Everyone hates how Colorado funds its schools. So who is going to fix it?

This story originally appeared in Chalkbeat Colorado Glenn Gustafson, the chief financial officer for Colorado Springs District 11, has spent the past few months crisscrossing […] > read more

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The Home Front: Investigators confirm probe into gas well near house explosion

“Investigators confirmed Wednesday that they’re looking at a 24-year-old well operated by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation as part of their probe into the house explosion that […] > read more

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Wiretap: In a blast from the past, Trump insists his tax cut plan would pay for itself

Donald Trump says his new tax plan would do what Ronald Reagan’s never did, and what George W. Bush’s never did, which is to pay […] > read more

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Possible link between Anadarko-operated gas well and fatal Firestone home explosion

Despite suggestions that plumbing work may have led to last week’s fatal house explosion in Firestone, it looks as though a leak related to a […] > read more

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The Home Front: One condo in Colorado’s Steamboat Springs is selling for $1,446 per square foot

A condo in Steamboat Springs sells for $1,446 per square foot, reports The Steamboat Pilot & Today. “The opening public salvo in a potential 2018 Greeley […] > read more

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Wiretap: Donald Trump’s tax plan would help corporations — and it would help Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s tax plan, set to be revealed today, significantly cuts tax rates for corporations and also for businesses just like Trump’s. What the plan […] > read more

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Hell and High Water: Unexpected troubles along Colorado’s South Platte River

In places along the South Platte River, people are suffering from too much water.  Basements are flooding, sewage systems are being damaged, and the rising […] > read more

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Meet the “Mod Squad”: centrist state Senate lawmakers who don’t always toe the party line

In July 2012, Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, citing his Christian beliefs. […] > read more

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Colorado secretary of state on 2016 Electoral College vote: ‘They’re investigating’

  “They’re investigating.” That’s what Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said this week about the state attorney general’s office and a probe into what […] > read more

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Homeowners forced to sell their mineral rights may get longer review period

The first step toward creating a level playing field for mineral rights owners won a preliminary okay from the House Tuesday, but faces an uncertain […] > read more