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  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: More money for university’s cannabis research institute

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    More good news for Colorado State University-Pueblo. Last week, the Colorado General Assembly Joint Budget Committee voted to award the university $1.8 million for its Institute of Cannabis Research. That’s double the amount the Legislature granted the university last year for its innovative research center. The money will be included in the Long Bill, the […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Empty energy promise

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    Pueblo City Council passed a feel-good resolution committing the city to becoming 100 percent powered by renewable energy sources by 2035. As things stand now, it’s an empty promise that the city cannot keep. The Sierra Club’s David Cockrell successfully lobbied Pueblo to become the 22nd city in the United States to join the Ready […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: The defender

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    After more than 20 years as a public defender, Sue Reynolds of Pueblo has gained the credit of a job well done. Her co-workers at the State Public Defenders Office in Pueblo and others turned out for a retirement party on Jan. 27 in Reynolds’ honor. “She is the former hairstylist turned psychology major turned law […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Save senior tax break

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    Colorado’s Senior Homestead Exemption offers a modest property tax break to homeowners 65 and older, many of whom are on fixed incomes. That’s why we fervently oppose Gov. John Hickenlooper’s proposed budget amendment to slash the exemption in half — from the first $200,000 of value, which is now the case, to the first $100,000, if […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Pinata bashing
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    The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Pinata bashing

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    We understand why some in the local Hispanic community are afraid of President Donald Trump and his ideas about immigration and deportation. They’re especially afraid because it’s clear that the president intends to move swiftly on his campaign promises; they weren’t just a lot of talk. So those who are afraid of families being separated […]

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