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5:29am

Thu May 5, 2011
Business & Technology

Northern Colorado Anticipates Research and Technology Boom

Whether or not Loveland closes the deal on a multimillion-dollar aerospace and clean-energy park, Northern Colorado will be part of the coming expansion in research and technology advancement.  KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Northern Colorado Business Report publisher Jeff Nuttall about how that’s going happen.

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4:38pm

Wed May 4, 2011
Healthcare

Colorado Health Exchange Bill Approved

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Republicans in the Colorado House of Representatives split widely to approve a health insurance exchange bill on Wednesday that will change the way 1 million Coloradans buy health insurance beginning in 2014.

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4:14pm

Wed May 4, 2011
Energy

Oil Shale Plan Renews Energy Debate

Suzanne O'Neill of the Colorado Wildlife Federation testifies at a BLM hearing Wednesday in Golden.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

The Bureau of Land Management is taking a new look at oil shale development in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, as the Obama Administration considers shelving a controversial plan stemming from the Bush Administration that opened up 1.9 million acres of land in the three states for potential leasing.

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2:32pm

Wed May 4, 2011
Environment

Hikers, Motorists to Begin Reviewing White River National Forest Plan

U.S. Forest Service

Officials have finalized details on what roads and trails will be open to hikers and motorists in Colorado’s vast White River National Forest.

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9:25am

Wed May 4, 2011
State Capitol

Healthcare Exchange Bill Clears in State House

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A controversial healthcare exchange bill is nearing the end of its legislative journey at the state house. It cleared its final committee on Tuesday with both Republican and Democratic support and then was quickly sent to the house floor for a brief debate.

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