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Questions swirl about Denver airport human trafficking claim

By Kyle Clark On January 24, 2023 Human trafficking, experts say, is far more commonly done by acquaintances through manipulation, forced labor and coercive behavior. DENVER — A passenger’s claim…
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Colorado’s trying a public option, drug importation and more. What’s actually lowering health care costs?

By Meg Wingerter On January 28, 2023 Most efforts being undertaken by the state’s Office of Saving People Money on Health Care are in early stages. y 28, 2023 at…
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North Texas youth pastor, high school coach and volunteer firefighter among 46 arrested in commercial sex sting, Homeland Security says

By Briauna Brown, Teresa Woodard On January 23, 2023 DALLAS — Forty-six people have been arrested in connection with a commercial sex sting across North Texas, including a volunteer firefighter,…
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Cardiovascular deaths saw steep rise in U.S. during first year of the COVID-19 pandemic

By American Heart Association New On January 25, 2023 The first year of the COVID-19 pandemic saw a steep rise in cardiovascular disease deaths in the U.S., with especially high…
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Older LGBTQ adults face unique challenges in giving and receiving care

By Laura Williamson On January 25, 2023 Every morning, Luther Moxley helps his partner of 35 years, Wayne Curtis, out of bed and into his wheelchair. Curtis, who has Parkinson’s…
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Academic and Socioemotional Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Affect Adult Earnings and Degree Attainment

By Kristin Blagg and Elise Colin January 19, 2023 America’s K–12 students are slowly rebounding from both academic and socioemotional disruptions experienced during the early period of the COVID-19 pandemic.…
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What’s Behind the Push for a $60K Base Teacher Salary

By Libby Standford On January 26, 2023 Low teacher pay is a matter of national security for supporters of legislation that would give states an incentive to raise base teacher…
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Colorado employers may soon be banned from asking candidates about their age in job interviews

By Matt Bloom On January 25, 2023 Job seekers in Colorado could soon get more protections from age discrimination under a new proposal from Democratic state legislators.  The new bill, SB23-058,…
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12 To-Dos To Assess And Address Workplace Ageism (And Other Isms)

By Sheila Callaham On January 29, 2023 In an online survey of 800 hiring managers, 38% admitted to viewing resumes with age bias. One can only imagine what that percentage would be…
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A new generation refuses to keep quiet on age discrimination at work

By Jane Croft On January 28, 2023 Staff willingness to whistle-blow is finally shining a light on employers who tolerate such practices. After business executive Louise McCabe won a high-profile…
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