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Media Hit | Transportation

CoPIRG creates Transportation Freedom Day

The average American family spends about 20 percent of its income on transportation and one organization used Friday to get out its message of improving public transportation.

Media Hit | Transportation

Colorado Group Lays out its vision for mass transit

A new report from the Colorado Public Interest Research Group highlights how Coloradans would benefit from improving public transit in the state.

CBS4 Investigates Unemployement Debit Cards

Thousands of unemployed Coloradans probably don't even know their benefits are whittled away every time they buy something with their state-issued debit cards.

Media Hit | Financial Reform

Rein in Wall Street

Lawmakers joined community and labor leaders yesterday to demand consumer protections against financial abuses on Wall Street.

Media Hit | Democracy

Youth vote real force in 2008

Although official youth voting numbers have not been released for Tuesday's caucus, young voters compose a sizable portion of Colorado's electorate. According to 2006 statistics from Colorado's Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG), there are 303,000 college students and 637,000 eligible voters under 30 in Colorado, forming a youth voting bloc that undoubtedly helped propel Obama to a convincing win over Hillary in Colorado's Super Tuesday caucus.

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