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City of Rifle giving away free land to attract new business

Posted: 03/04/2010 - The City of Rifle says it knows all too well the dangers of relying on one industry to drive the local economy -- particularly during a recession. So it's pulling out all the stops -- and price tags -- to attract new business to the area.

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Colo bill to protect fetuses defeated after debate

Updated: 03/03/2010 - Colorado lawmakers rejected a bill that would punish people who kill a fetus while committing another crime after opponents said it's an attempt to pave the way for a ban on abortion.

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Informant's death throws artifacts case into doubt

Posted: 03/03/2010 - The death of a lone undercover operative in a federal crackdown on the black market for ancient American Indian artifacts has thrown plans for a first trial into doubt.

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Partial unemployment considered in Colo.

Updated: 03/03/2010 - Colorado's Senate has given initial approval to allowing workers partial unemployment benefits if their hours are cut to prevent layoffs.

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3 more say drinks may have been spiked in Aspen

Posted: 03/03/2010 - Aspen authorities are investigating three more possible cases of spiked drinks over the past week, including one where a woman believes she was sexually assaulted.

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Colo bill to protect fetus revives abortion debate

Posted: 03/03/2010 - Colorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would punish people who kill a fetus while committing another crime, but opponents say it's an attempt to pave the way for a ban on abortion.

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Source in artifact case apparently commits suicide

Posted: 03/02/2010 - The undercover operative who helped federal officials build a case against more than two dozen people for allegedly looting American Indian artifacts in the Four Corners area has apparently committed suicide.

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Senate budget impasse juices Colorado race

Posted: 03/02/2010 - A health care impasse in the U.S. Senate has sparked political sniping in Colorado, where an outsider Democrat seeking to unseat an incumbent Democratic Senator is calling for abolishing the filibuster.

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Denver man accused of sending white powder letters

Posted: 03/02/2010 - An employee of a Denver-area community college is accused of sending threatening letters with white powder to members of Congress, the Argentine Embassy in Washington, and Argentine Consulates in Los Angeles and New York.

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