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Here’s that Rx refill you didn’t order | Danny Katz

 

Is your pharmacy refilling your prescription without your knowledge or approval, and billing your insurance company for the cost?

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News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Democracy

New Voters Project Helps Register 13,000 Youth to Vote in Colorado

From Alamosa to Fort Collins, CoPIRG’s New Voters Project registered over 13,000 Colorado youth to vote in time for the November 6th, 2012 election.

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Media Hit | Democracy

Amendment 65: Voters, not money, should drive elections

Six days and 14 hours. According to a recent analysis by the students of CU News Corps, that's how long it would take you to sit down and watch the political ads that have been purchased on Denver's four biggest television stations this year. The price tag? Nearly $20 million.

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Media Hit | Democracy

Raising the Youth Voice in Grand Junction

Twenty-year-old Benjamin Shipman will vote in his first U.S. presidential election Nov. 6, and he's working to ensure other youth also exercise their right to vote.

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Bank fees a mile higher in Denver area

Denver consumers pay the nation's highest ATM surcharges and overdraft fees, according to a report released Monday by Bankrate.com.

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