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Denver Blogs: Maybe the Nuggets don't need a heart transplant after all

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Jeremy at Roundball Mining Company worried about the Nuggets' lack of heart in a dispiriting loss to (eesh!) the Clippers. But their win against the Bulls proves they've still got the beat.

Ken at DenverInfill.com takes on Vince Carroll and the Denver Post editorial board. He thinks they're dead wrong about the Living Streets initiative.

Colorado Pols dishes about Governor Bill Ritter's rejection of the Republicans' "Contract on Colorado." And you thought he was going to sign up?

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