New Mexico Is First To Sue EPA, Mine Owners Over 2015 SpillNew Mexico became the first state to sue the federal government and the owners of two mines over the release of 3 million gallons of wastewater from a southern Colorado mine, seeking tens of millions of dollars Monday for environmental and economic damage caused by the spill.
Hickenlooper: I'm 'Down Towards The Bottom' On List Of Possible V.P. PicksGov. John Hickenlooper is talking about this year's presidential campaign on a national stage.
New Procedure Spares Skin Cancer Patients From SurgeryThere are 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma cancer each year -- 8500 people a day -- a number that includes Colorado’s Attorney General.
New Mexico Pushes For Remedies In Wake Of Mine Waste SpillThe federal government and Colorado have made little progress in remedying damage from the release of millions of gallons of wastewater from a southern Colorado mine last year, New Mexico's top prosecutor charged in a pair of scathing letters sent to officials this week.
Congress Warming To Idea Of Medical Marijuana For VeteransCongress is showing an increasing willingness to let VA doctors talk to veterans about medical marijuana in states where it's legal, although final approval is far from certain.
Congressional Panel Holds Denver Hearing On VA Health CareA congressional subcommittee is holding a hearing in Denver to take testimony on VA hospitals and on prescription drugs for veterans.
Ken Salazar To Campaign For Hillary Clinton In New MexicoFormer Interior Sec. Ken Salazar will visit New Mexico to campaign for Hillary Clinton in an effort to win over Hispanic voters.
New Law Will Help Teen Moms Stay In SchoolGov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on Thursday that will help teen moms stay in school by waiving previously required legal action for child support.
Official: Jon Keyser Case Spurs Need For Elections ReformsColorado elections officials are changing their vetting of voter petitions.
73,000 Coloradans Could Soon Become Eligible For Overtime PayBeing overworked and underpaid is a complaint that's become all too common, but the Obama administration is trying to change that with new rules that force businesses to pay more overtime.
Colorado Transportation Initiatives Withdrawn From BallotA Colorado business coalition has withdrawn ballot initiatives that would have asked voters for more investment in roads, bridges and highways.
Colorado's Allison Eid On Donald Trump's Supreme Court ListAllison Eid, a Colorado Supreme Court justice, is on Donald Trump's list of possible successors to the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

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