In Colorado's Largest County, Voters Look Back as They Prepare to Vote

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Republicans and Democrats often don’t agree on much when it comes to politics, but in Las Animas County, a group of eight men and women came together for an "Insight" political round table. "Insight: The Voters" airs October 11 at 8:30pm on Rocky Mountain PBS.

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Meet the Candidates for Treasurer

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Colorado’s treasurer invests and manages more than $6 billion in tax dollars, oversees the public’s unclaimed assets, and sits on the board of the Public Employee Retirement Association, which manages pensions for more than a half million Colorado public employees, like teachers and police.

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PBS NewsHour Shares Red Flag Laws Investigation

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The PBS NewsHour featured an RMPBS investigation of mental health and gun laws.

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PBS NewsHour Features RMPBS Investigation

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The PBS NewsHour featured an RMPBS investigation of child pornography and online safety. In the report, John Ferrugia tells the story of one family who was victimized, and one FBI team that tracks down abusers.

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Insight with John Ferrugia airs IMPACT show on May 24

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Over the last 18 months, Insight with John Ferrugia has been pleased to present a series of long-form investigative programs addressing important issues to Coloradans throughout the state.

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Sex trafficking of Children in Colorado Reaches Every Corner of the State

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In every corner of Colorado, from the Front Range to the mountains to the plains, prosecutors found enough probable cause in more than five years to charge 369 people with crimes related to sex-trafficking children.

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Kids Unwittingly Trapped in Exploding Child Porn Epidemic

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There’s an exploding epidemic of child pornography in Colorado and across the nation. And parents can be completely unaware their children are at risk, a Rocky Mountain PBS investigation finds.

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No Statewide Regulations To Limit How Close Homes Can Be Built to Wells

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Colorado regulators limit how close oil and gas wells can be drilled to developments like roads, schools, and businesses. The closest that a well can come to a home, for example, is 500 feet. But there is no statewide standard for how close new homes can be built to existing wells.

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Anadarko plans to test more frequently after equipment was “contributing factor” in deadly blast

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Who is responsible for a deadly house explosion in Firestone, CO? Rocky Mountain PBS investigates the disaster and the state regulations that have been in place for years.

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University of Denver Settles Equal Pay Lawsuit

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The University of Denver will pay $2.66 million and increase salaries to female law professors to settle a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Deadly Fire Prompts New Bill

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A Rocky Mountain PBS investigation found cases of mistreatment, abuse, neglect, and negligence involving Colorado host homes, including the case of Tanya Bell, who died in a 2016 fire when she couldn’t escape in her wheelchair. New legislation has been introduced to improve safety standards.

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Host Home Bill Dies in Senate Committee

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A state Senate committee rejected a Democrat-sponsored  bill aimed at increasing inspections and improving safety conditions at Medicaid-funded host homes for people with developmental disabilities.

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Colorado Congressman Sponsors National ‘Red Flag’ Bill the Same Week a Similar Measure Died in the State Legislature

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Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colorado) announced Wednesday he is co-sponsoring national 'red flag' legislation. The Colorado legislature killed a red flag bill on Monday.

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Bipartisan Sex Trafficking Bill Stalls in Senate Committee

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A bipartisan bill aimed at increasing human trafficking training for law enforcement and schools around the state has stalled in a Colorado Senate committee. The bill failed during a 4-3 vote in the Senate Committee on Appropriations. It would have designated $69,922 to the division of criminal justice for implementation.  

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Red Flag Bill Begins Journey Through Colorado Legislature

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A Colorado legislative committee considering a bill that would implement extreme risk protection orders for mentally ill persons considered a danger to themselves or the community used the RMPBS special report, “Imminent Danger,” to explain why the bill is essential for public safety.

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