Holiday Travel Causes Some Stress, But Dinner Conversation May Bring MoreFor some Americans this Thanksgiving, political conversation at the dinner table may be even scarier than having to deal with traveling for the holiday.
Colorado Congresswoman Pushes For $6 Billion Bill To Help Find CuresA Colorado congresswoman is pushing for the passage of a bill on Capitol Hill that would help find cures for diseases.
Colorado Lawmaker Takes Big Interest In Dakota Access Pipeline ControversyOfficers are defending their decision to use water hoses on protesters at the Dakota Access Pipeline.
25 Oil & Gas Leases Canceled In Western ColoradoThe federal government has reversed course and canceled 25 oil and gas leases in Western Colorado.
Colorado Elector Wants To Stop Trump From Becoming PresidentMicheal Baca is hoping to do what millions of others have failed to do -- stop Donald Trump from becoming president.
Metro State Professor: Trump Can Change A Lot Without ApprovalA political science professor at Metro State University in Denver says although President-Elect Donald Trump will need Congressional approval for some of his goals, he can deliver a number of promises with a stroke of a pen.
Trump's Colorado Campaign Chair: 'Anything But Business As Usual'As President-elect Donald Trump begins to assemble his administration, his Colorado campaign chair says it will be anything but business as usual.
Here's Why Trump Failed To Win In ColoradoColorado was one of only a few battleground states that President-elect Donald Trump's campaign poured a lot of resources into and went on to lose.
Changes To Colorado's Constitution Will Be Harder NowVoters have approved an amendment to Colorado's constitution that will actually make it harder to add more amendments in the future.
Scott Tipton Defeats Gail Schwartz In Congressional RaceIncumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton will represent citizens of Colorado's Western Slope for another term.
Amendment 72 Defeated, Colorado Voters Reject New Tobacco TaxA proposal on the ballot to raise the tax on a pack of cigarettes in Colorado to $2.59 has been rejected.
Vote To Remove Slavery Reference Tight In ColoradoThe vote on whether to amend the Colorado constitution to remove a reference to slavery as a punishment for a criminal conviction is tight but not all counties have reported their results yet.

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