The Pueblo Chieftain takes a look at the new census data, and its effects on congressional redistricting. A Denver doctor could be the first in the state to face repercussions from a medical marijuana recommendation (Denver Post).

In Colorado Springs, D-11 adopts anti-doping curriculum from USADA (Gazette). I-25 is expected to have direct access to the Colorado Springs Airport by next holiday season (Gazette). The city ranks among the worst for its winter job outlook (Gazette).

In Pueblo, the Vestas plant gears up for a new contract (Chieftain). A decision from the Bureau of Reclamation on the Arkansas Valley Conduit could come in two years (Chieftain).

Florence City Council decides against employee raises (Canon City Daily Record).

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