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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)
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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)