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Tom Massey named politician of the year by Colorado Pols

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Denver blogs is back from a well-deserved winter break.

Colorado Pols names Tom Massey, a Republican from Poncho Springs, its top politico of 2011 for striking a bipartisan chord in the face of Tea Party tumult.

At Square State, WeatherDem offers a climate change primer.

Denver Egotist reviews 2011 with a little help from Twitter. And what a tweet year it was.

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