You’ll be glad to know that the ever-vigilant folks at the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) have taken upon themselves the task of telling us about marijuana. Here’s an excerpt from a recent press release: “DENVER—The State of Colorado today lauched (sic) a new website to answer common questions about the legalization of […]
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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers obtained a $594,000 judgment against Thomas Roland for his role in defrauding Colorado consumers, according to a report from the AG’s office. The judgment follows a similar $594,000 settlement handed down in August against Enhanced Services Solutions after the company engaged in unregistered debt management services for Colorado consumers. The […]
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Now all they need is snow. Landscape Assist/Sod Tech has official approval for snow removal coverage for the northern part of Colorado Springs. The company will plow streets from Old Ranch Road north to Northgate Boulevard, with an east boundary of Highway 83, Shoup Road and Howells Road and a west boundary of I-25. The […]
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Campaign finance changes suggested by Colorado’s divisive Republican elections chief are up for public review. Secretary of State Scott Gessler has suggested increasing the amount of money an issue committee can raise before it has to report contributions to the state. Gessler also wants to limit some campaign-finance fines and loosen rules for how much […]
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Legislation that weakens some federal controls to help startup companies raise capital and help small-scale investors put money into promising new ventures is set to pass the Senate Thursday. President Barack Obama supports the measure, which stands to be one of few bipartisan bills to pass Congress during this politically contentious election year. The final […]
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The city of Colorado Springs and Colorado Springs Utilities will spend more than $27.7 million on stormwater improvements next year. The money will go toward capital projects, pre-disaster mitigation, staffing, operations and maintenance. It also includes $7 million in stormwater expenses to address effects of the Waldo Canyon fire. The money will be spent on: […]
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Good fall weather is needed to wrap up transportation improvement projects in Black Forest, said El Paso County engineer Andre Brackin. The Black Forest fire and post-fire flooding have caused significant delay in getting the projects finished, he said. Contractors are continuing paving at Black Forest and Burgess roads, and will soon install traffic signals. […]
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Mitt Romney says he likes being able to “fire people” who don’t provide adequate business services. The Republican presidential candidate also is defending his business background as rivals step up their attacks. Romney told a Nashua Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Monday that he wants to allow people to shop for their own health insurance […]
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The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court against the City of Colorado Springs, asking for an injunction of the new no-solicitation zone City Council approved Tuesday. The lawsuit claims that the amendment to the city’s solicitation ordinance violates First Amendment rights to free speech. The ACLU filed the […]
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