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PULPIT FREEDOM SUNDAY: Yesterday in Colorado Springs a pastor’s protest put politics back in the pulpit.
SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS: Many could be eligible for a healthcare tax credit thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Just 5 percent of Colorado businesses that qualify for the tax credit are using it.
WHO GAVE MOST: Colorado’s biggest political campaign donors. Polis, Gill and Stryker top the list.
STATE COURT OF APPEALS GOES ON A FIELD TRIP: To Apsen High to hear and provide opinions on two cases through the Colorado Judicial Branch’s Courts in the Community program.
NO SWIMMING: Two of Aurora’s community pools to be turned into spray grounds.
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACES: What Brandon Shaffer (D-4th District), Cory Gardner (R-4th District), Joe Miklosi (D-6th District), and Mike Coffman (R-6th District) had to say to Colorado Community Media.
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