Colorado State of Mind
In-depth reports from Rocky Mountain PBS News, the Inside Energy Public Media Collaborative, and other news partners, plus interviews with experts on a wide variety of issues that make a difference for Colorado. Award-winning journalist Cynthia Hessin hosts this weekly, Emmy-winning series on Rocky Mountain PBS.Visit Colorado State of Mind Website
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What passed, what didn’t in latest legislative session; Xcel Energy’s new wind farm
1) Effects of Nazi brutality on present‐day medicine 2) Combatting postpartum depression.
(1) Cannabis stops baby’s seizures (2) Tons of pot being illegally shipped out of state
How food producers and distributers are trying to cut down on their fossil fuel use.
Parole reform in Colorado; school suspensions affect children of color disproportionately
Increased claims of wage theft by increased number of laid-off oil industry workers.
Should Colorado join other states where assisted suicide is legal for the terminally ill?
Sunshine Week 2016 shines light on whether Colorado open records laws measure up.
Lawmakers assess 2016 session
A discussion of gun violence research.
Peer mentoring for at-risk Denver students
Web Extra: Part two of Standing in the Gap on Colorado State of Mind
Mateos Alvarez, Julie Speer and Mary Seawell continue discussion of "Standing In The Gap".
Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic and Colo ranks 2nd in the nation with the problem.
Inside Energy's Jordan Wirfs-Brock explains why electric cars don't use solar panels.
Mitch Morrissey talks about the case of serial killer Richard White.
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