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One cadet's experience with Don't Ask, Don't Tell: As you might guess, it pretty much sucked. It was also expensive. (Colorado Independent)

Lawmakers have asked the governor to squash new oil-and-gas rules. They apparently are not down with the whole protecting-wildlife thing. (Face the State)

Jared Polis will co-sponsor the Employee Free Choice Act. In turn, union leaders have canceled plans to "wipe that goofy grin off his face." (Colorado Pols)

The Colorado Attorney General just saved the state from paying $9 million to Kansas, which experts claim is some sort of state over that way. (5280)

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