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  Artist: Modest Mouse Album: Strangers to Ourselves Genre: Alternative Rock Recommended if you like: The Shins, Death Cab For Cutie, The Arcade Fire, Ugly Casanova It has been eight years since Modest Mouse’s last full length album. They return with this interesting addition after canceling a tour, releasing an EP, and losing their founding bassist, Eric Judy. I say interesting because I think that the fans were expecting...

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In Dire Need of Water As Coloradoans know, snow melt is crucial for our state’s water supply. California, now in its fourth year of a crippling drought, had a winter with record-low snowfall, adding to the already devastating drought. Governor Jerry Brown of California put an executive order in place on April 1, 2015 for mandatory water restrictions. This is the first time in California’s history that there are mandatory water...

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Artist: Death Cab for Cutie Album: Kintsugi Genre: Indie Rock Recommended if you like: The Postal Service, The Shins, Minus the Bear, The Decemberists Kintsugi is Death Cab for Cutie’s eighth full length album and not the let down we’ve all been expecting. With Ben Gibbard’s anticipated emotional state following his divorce and the news that this is the last album with Chris Walla, the band’s integral member...

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Here is your weekly news roundup for the week of March 30th – April 3rd. United States jobs data for March, released today, indicates the weakest job growth since 2013. Just 126,000 jobs were created, a stark contrast to the predicted 245,000. Economists say that this data may indicate that the weak economic activity “could be more fundamental rather than the result of transitory factors.” As a result the dollar fell from it’s...

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Reefer refund madness

Reefer refund madness


Posted By on Apr 1, 2015

Colorado legislators are stuck between a rock and a “stoned” place, as lawmakers scramble to refund taxpayers over the “high” soaring marijuana industry. When Colorado collects more money than it anticipated, it must refund taxpayers in some monetary way, as required by a 1992 Colorado Taxpayer law in the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Last year, in economic sectors including construction, oil and gas, and other sections of the states...

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