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April 8, 2010

ColoradoBiz P2 Update

Today in ColoradoBiz Politics & Policy Update

Election 2010: Romanoff takes aim at U.S. Senate seat

We recently talked with former Colorado Speaker of the House Andrew Romanoff about his campaign for nomination for U.S. Senate in the Democratic primary against incumbent Michael Bennet. By Mike Cote

Watch Mike's interviews with Andrew Romanoff on ColoradoBiz TV.

EPA compliance: a job generator

If Colorado doesn't produce a plan to reduce its emissions by early 2011, the EPA will produce a plan for us - a plan that will not be nearly as sensitive to Colorado's concerns. By the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Can better food create better people?

Expanding both the dimension and precision of farming operations will create unprecedented new levels of opportunity in agriculture, making future agribusiness professionals some of the most highly skilled people on earth. By Tom Frey

Jobs: some pain -- but major gains

The American economy saw a net rise of 162,000 jobs during March, the strongest monthly gain in three years. It's about time. By Jeff Thredgold

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Find out more about the 5th Annual Create Denver Expo on April 10 at the Colorado Convention Center, featuring columnist Neil McKenzie. Check out ColoradoBiz's other sponsored events and community events or submit your own.

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    Election 2010: Ken Buck -- bucking Washington


    ColoradoBiz Editor Mike Cote talks with GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Ken Buck about his campaign and stand on the issues.

     Hear the latest about Planet-Profit Report


    Tune in at 10:30 a.m. today to the Patton Boggs LLP Internet radio show Capital Thinking to hear ColoradoBiz Publisher Bart Taylor talk about the launch of Planet-Profit Report, a new sustainable business newsletter and website.

    See more ColoradoBiz stories on Channel 7

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    KMGH Channel 7 and ColoradoBiz are collaborating on stories that explore how business affects your life. You can also find them online at

    The Association for Corporate Growth

      Learn more about the 12th Annual Golf Challenge on June 21. And read the latest ACG news here  and web exclusives here.

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