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Erik Osborn's empire has crumbled -- but will he take down Denver officials, too?

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While one editor gets her voice back, Colorado Pols is speechless: Jared Jacang Maher continues to dismantle the reputation of disgraced developer Erik Osborn -- as well as that of a few city agencies -- with his latest for Face the State.

I ink, therefore I am: Kathryn Eastburn, co-founder of the Colorado Springs Independent, debuts a new column today on KRCC.com.

Colorado Pols is somehow surviving without the Denver Post -- although Jane Norton's new Facebook post has rendered the site mute.

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