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Lifelong Republican Campaigns In Colorado For Clinton

By Shaun Boyd

DENVER (CBS4)– A lifelong Republican, Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, says she’s “all in” for democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Whitman told a group of Colorado business leaders, “I am raising money, contributing funds, doing events around the country. 547 more words

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Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado Reach Republican River Agreement

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska have reached a new agreement in their longstanding conflict over water in the Republican River basin, the states announced Friday. 285 more words

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Hickenlooper May Ask For One-Third Cut In CO2 Pollution

DENVER (AP) – Gov. John Hickenlooper may ask for a one-third cut in greenhouse gas pollution from power plants, even though the federal Clean Power Plan is stalled and Republicans in the state are resisting. 414 more words

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Rain Barrels Legal In Colorado After Years Of Attempts To Change Law

DENVER (CBS4)– After several years of attempts to get the law changed, it is finally legal in Colorado to collect rainwater that can be used to water plants, gardens or wash the car. 138 more words

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Hickenlooper: Colorado Will Play Major Role In Election

DENVER (CBS4)– Gov. John Hickenlooper believes Colorado will still play a major role in the election, regardless of how the polls place the candidates for president. 69 more words

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Hillary Clinton Focuses On Jobs During Commerce City Campaign Stop

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talked about jobs during her campaign stop in Colorado on Wednesday.

Colorado was a popular destination for both the Republicans and Democrats as Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence also spoke in Denver on Wednesday afternoon. 349 more words

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Colorado Remembers 9/11 To Mark 15th Anniversary Of Attacks

DENVER (CBS4)– Fifteen years after the terror attack on 9/11, people in Colorado will gather to remember the victims and pay tribute to first responders who put their lives in danger. 295 more words

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