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Jurors Instructed On Reasons To Spare Theater Gunman’s Life Jurors in the Aurora movie theater trial received instructions Thursday before their next round of deliberations to decide if there are any reasons to override a potential death penalty and sentence James Holmes to life without parole. Skull Discovered In El Paso County Construction Site A skull has been discovered at a construction site in El Paso County.
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Man Accused Of Passing Out Jury Nullification Literature From Booth At Courthouse A man accused of jury tampering has been formally charged. Garage Fire On Galapago Street Could Be Arson Arson investigators are trying to find out what started a fire in a garage on Galapago Street early Thursday morning.
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Bag It: Ditch The Plastic And Bring Your Own In Vail Another mountain town in Colorado is kicking the bag to the curb, literally. Vail is getting rid of all plastic bags within the town limits. Gov. Hickenlooper Talks About Building A Better Government Governors from across the nation are gathering in West Virginia for this year's National Governor's Association Summer Meeting.
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Recalls Could Beget Even Worse Policies Recall elections are becoming de rigueur in Colorado nowadays, but the fact of the matter is that they are likely to worsen public policies as elected leaders begin to adjust to the threat. Lynn Bartels: Colorado Politics Will Never Be the Same Lynn Bartels finishes her legendary political journalism career at The Denver Post this week and Colorado politics will never be the same.
Death Penalty Phase Will Be Tougher Than We Think Could the Trump Circus Actually Benefit The 2016 GOP Nominee? Carroll vs. Coffman: An Intriguing 2016 Matchup The Legacy of the Historic June of 2015 Should South Carolina Still Host An Influential Presidential Primary? Colorado GOP State Chair: The State’s Most Thankless Job