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A Colorado elector is being referred to the state attorney general’s office for investigation.

Colorado facing tidal wave of senior citizens

Dec 13, 2016
Colorado Department of Local Affairs

To get ahead of Colorado’s aging population, the state of Colorado just released an action plan that lays out a vision for handling the state’s graying demographic through 2030.

Business leaders in Colorado are banding together to advocate for immigration reform.

As Colorado Public Radio reports, Coloradans for Immigration Reform, which consists of 13 pro-business organizations, including chambers of commerce and trade groups, recently formed to support policies favorable to immigrants.

The Colorado pot keeps stirring

Jan 6, 2015
tokeofthetown.com

The number of Colorado children treated for accidental pot consumption has doubled.  The Global Post reports numbers have reached the double digits. 

Arapahoe House Denver-area facilities have seen a 66 percent increase in the number of teens being treated for cannabis abuse.

Kevin Sabet is the president of Smart Approaches to Marijuana.  He says the brakes need to be put on the marijuana industry. 

While many other states refrain from getting into the health insurance business, Colorado is pressing on with efforts to educate the uninsured public about the state-run health insurance marketplace. Connect for Health Colorado is Colorado's answer to the Affordable Care Act, key provisions of which go into effect at the end of this year.