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  • Two Southern Ute tribal council members were sworn into their positions after being elected in November.. With a trigger ban looming, providers at the women’s clinic in Jackson Wyoming are gearing up for more restrictions on reproductive freedoms.
  • The city of Grand Junction is ramping up efforts to increase recycling, reports the Daily Sentinel. Last year the city purchased Curbside Recycling ahead of the changes. Abortions are up 33% in Colorado reports the Denver Post. A study from the Society of Family Planning shows that Colorado isn’t alone as abortion providers are helping more patients from states where abortion has been severely restricted or outlawed. The switch between daylight saving and standard time is jarring for humans and deadly for deer. Colorodoans concerned about climate change are pushing policy makers to end fracking permits. One local liquor store owner talks to KVNF about three Propositions on the November ballot.
  • Delta County Commissioners approved an estimated $1 million dollars to upgrade the county’s 9-1-1 communication system. A preliminary permit for Xcel Energy was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ahead of a feasibility study for a hydropower facility in Unaweep Canyon. The 2022 midterm elections are coming up on Tuesday, November 8th. A Native political organization is endorsing thirty one native candidates running for office. Despite the rise in health insurance costs, some Coloradans will still be able to get financial assistance to lower the price they pay. Some states in our region and around the U-S are restricting abortions. Now, efforts are underway to connect women with abortion medications – a dose of two pills that can be taken at home. A mobile clinic is operating along Colorado’s border, so women from out-of-state can pick up the pills
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Gavin Dahl speaks to Republican Marina Zimmerman. She has denounced threats of violence toward Democrats by right wing extremists and called out her fellow Republicans for downplaying the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump. Plus, Americans looking to support Ukrainians since the Russian invasion there have found a novel way to do that. Kate Redmond learns more from a Paonia woman.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Gavin Dahl speaks to Republican Marina Zimmerman. She has denounced threats of violence toward Democrats by right wing extremists and called out her fellow Republicans for downplaying the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump. Plus, Americans looking to support Ukrainians since the Russian invasion there have found a novel way to do that. Kate Redmond learns more from a Paonia woman.
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  • Effort to put abortion restrictions on the statewide ballotReport from Lake City on current conditions in Hinsdale CountyResidents of Lake City issued…