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  • Dominion Voting Systems files defamation suit in Denver District Court
  • SCOTUS rules in favor of New Mexico in water dispute with Texas
  • Double Up Food Bucks program available to low-income residents all winter
  • Luke Runyon: Keeping Colorado River fish from going extinct

  

  • Mesa County School District 51 schools closed today, tomorrow due to illness
  • Norwood School gets school shooting threat, agencies investigating
  • President Trump proposes changes to SNAP benefits for third time in one year
  • Montrose woman kills dog, barricades herself in home before being tasered

  • New group in Colorado urging lawmakers to reform gun laws
  • Carbondale Republican Bob Rankin appointed to Senate, will leave House
  • Changes to rural health care will be discussed today
  • SNAP benefits cut off in February due to government shutdown

  • Analysis of Blue Wave in Colorado: voters were conservative on ballot issues
  • Trump Administration cuts could impact SNAP beneficiaries in Colorado
  • Record number of women will be serving in Colorado Legislature

  • New report indicates Colorado River to be at unprecedented low flow by next year
  • Lower Basin states expected to have water cutbacks by September 2019
  • Congress debates critical Farm Bill, set to expire next month, has little agreement
  • San Luis Valley program helps poor in state get healthy food at reduced cost

  • Petition group gets enough signatures for oil and gas setback ballot initiative
  • SNAP benefits might require getting a job in most recent version of Farm Bill
  • H2O Radio report on drones and how they monitor rivers and streams in state

  • Red Flag Bill killed in committee despite bipartisan support in Senate
  • SNAP benefits can be doubled in Colorado if used for local produce
  • Capitol Coverage feature about the culture at the state capitol
  • Nearing end of session, lawmakers believe little was done to fight sexual harassment

  • Red Flag Bill making its way through the statehouse
  • Bill would allow family, law enforcement members to take guns away
  • SNAP benefits in danger of being cut, would destabilize local economies
  • Capitol Conversation about funding public pensions

  • Large number of phone scams prompts meeting today in Denver
  • Civil Rights Commission future still up in air, needs funding, appointments
  • Version of Farm Bill would require SNAP recipients to get a job
  • Survey of three bills working their way through legislature

  • Flu season looks worse than expected as numbers are up all over state
  • SNAP benefits (food stamps) could get cut under the Farm Bill legislation
  • Colorado River under drought conditions in West
  • Efforts made to share and conserve the Colorado River during drought years