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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Another brick in the wall

Faith in Democracy According to an Axios poll released shortly before the 2018 midterm elections, only half of Americans report that they have faith in U.S. democracy. It’s possible that some Americans mostly feel disillusioned with the U.S. political system because of the election of

Denver holds third Womxn’s March

This year’s theme embraced inclusivity and intersectionality It has been two years since the first Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017, which was organized in part to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has a history of making controversial statements about women and

CO liquor laws updated 80 years after Prohibition

Colorado updates liquor laws for 21st century The new year brought new changes to Colorado liquor laws. Before Jan. 1, both grocery and convenience stores could only sell drinks up to 3.2 percent alcohol content by weight, and those drinks could not be consumed in

Winter weather induces difficult traffic conditions

Commuting safely in Denver’s winters With winter storms and colder temperatures making an entrance into Denver’s climate, the city’s increasingly crowded roadways can prove to be more dangerous in winter storms than in warmer weather. According to Colorado Public Radio, a national survey found 20

The aftermath of a long government shutdown

A look at how things are holding up On Dec. 22, 2018, the government was partially shut down over the funding of President Trump’s proposed border wall. Over a month later, this has become the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. According to The Colorado