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About 200,000 Colorado homeowners will become Colorado renters or Colorado live-with-Mom-and-Dad-ers by 2013. (Colorado Independent)

Is there any way Roger Goodell could ban Brandon Marshall from dating? Because women seem to be the main problem here. (Mile High Report)

Oh, dear God: The death of the Rocky apparently means a bunch of Republicans are going to be Twittering all the time and gathering places to rally with Ayn Rand signs. Is it too late to make an offer for the paper? (Face the State)

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