The State Senate today passed a bill that would require children stay in booster seats in the back seat of cars until they turn 8 years old…State lawmakers are expressing concern that a new national focus on nuclear energy will allow uranium mines in Colorado to postpone cleanup of radioactive wastes…Las Animas County officials are taking a closer look at revising land use regulations after interest from wind energy companies, the Trinidad Times reports…and, Denver International Airport officials have announced a plan for nonstop flights between Denver and Tokyo to start by 2012.

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