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Researcher: $2.1M Colorado-Funded Pot Study Facing Challenges

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a signature wound from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Colorado is funding a study to determine if marijuana can be an effective treatment for veterans who suffer from PTSD, but researchers say VA rules about marijuana are hampering recruiting

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University of Denver Faces Federal Equal Pay Suit from Female Law Professors

Last Updated by John Ferrugia on

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued the University of Denver alleging wage discrimination against female full law professors. The law school acknowledges paying all its female full professors less than their male counterparts but says the pay gap is justified.

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Great story begins for female football player at Adams State

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

Becca Longo,18, is the newest recruit for the Adams State University football team and believed to be the first female to receive a Division II NCAA football scholarship.

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