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Study says Affordable Care Act will have huge positive impact on...

Colorado House Republicans Tuesday introduced a bill to enable Colorado to opt out of participation in the Affordable Care Act. The bill would cause Colorado to join in an interstate compact with several other states that do not want to participate in the federal health care plan.

Post-Columbine report: Less bullying leads to higher school test scores

Next April 20 will mark the 10-year anniversary of the day Erik Harris and Dylan Klebold forever altered the definition of school shootings after their rampage at Columbine High School. And how much a culture of bullying at the school, as was alleged as motivators, was a factor may never completely be known. But after three years and $9 million, a new study shows that — not a big shock — healthy relationships between teens and adults reduces the prevalence of peer bullying.

Dialogues Give CU Students and Immigrant Workers Rare Chance to Interact

Part of an immigrant-integration project in Boulder County, the event Friday at Sewell Hall on the Boulder campus gave foodservice, maintenance and janitorial workers...

Integration Plan Inches Forward in Greeley

Plans for immigrant integration have been dogged by criticism from the town's conservative residents. But the group continues moving forward with plans to have...

Reaching Out to Immigrants One By One

Integrating foreign-born newcomers can be difficult, but a mentoring program in Littleton is finding success in an individualized approach.Jan Masters, a former schoolteacher, and...
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