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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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SOCO Student Media from Colorado State University Pueblo

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Biden announces bid for presidential re-election

May 5, 2023

By Camerron Martin President Joe Biden's administration has released a statement announcing that he will be running for reelection during the 2024 Presidential Election. Through a short three-minute video...

Signs held at abortion protests in Denver, CO, after U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022. Photo provided by Unsplash, Jack Prommel.

Colorado’s controversial abortion reversal ban

May 5, 2023

By Madison Lira Colorado's governor Jared Polis signed into law on April 14 that a healthcare professional who performs a medication abortion reversal on a patient would be subject to discipline unless...

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Fix it yourself, new agricultural law in effect

May 5, 2023

By Julian Volk On April 25, 2023, Colorado became the first state to ensure farmers could fix their own equipment with the right-to-repair law, also known as The Consumer Right to Repair Agriculture Equipment...

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Willow Project approval and impact on the environment

April 17, 2023

By Madison Lira On March 13, President Joe Biden approved the Willow Project, an $8 billion exhibition proposed by ConocoPhillips that plans on extracting six hundred million barrels of oil from federal...

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Florida bans abortion past six weeks

April 17, 2023

By Julian Volk After much outcry from conservative Floridians, Florida’s Senate passed a new law on abortion on April 4, 2023. Florida’s new bill now makes most abortions past six weeks of pregnancy...

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New Utah Social Media Law: What you need to know

April 11, 2023

By Cidonia Ponce  On March 23, 2023, Utah's Republican Governor Spencer Cox signed two bills restricting children and teens' social media usage. This would include requiring parental consent before engaging...

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How you help those in need after a disaster

April 11, 2023

By Camerron Martin Residents of the state of Colorado often say that the seasons are a lie and that the weather is a myth due to how quickly the weather often shifts from one type to another statewide....

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The collapse of Silicon Valley Banks

April 11, 2023

By Julian Volk In 2021, the Federal Reserve reviewed the actions taken by Growing Bank, Silicon Valley, calling out their risk management practices as having too many weaknesses. In 2023, those weaknesses...

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China’s new reign in the Middle East

April 11, 2023

By Julian Volk While the United States Middle Eastern affairs team has focused on the Saudi-Israel conflict, China has made massive strides toward ending the seven-year-long Saudi-Iran conflict in March...

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Bullet shatters Colorado Senator’s window.

April 11, 2023

By Camerron Martin One’s home is a place where one feels at ease and safe where terrible incidents rarely occur as people can separate themselves from the outside world within their own walls. However,...

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Russian Jets force U.S. drone into crashing.

April 11, 2023

By Camerron Martin The war between Russia and Ukraine has put a lot of tension in the rest of the world and anymore it seems that the most minor incidents in relation to either country make a lot of people...

Pueblo City Council Meeting: Pueblo Homelessness Hearing

April 9, 2023

By Cidonia Ponce Pueblo’s City Council hosted a work session hearing on the 20th of March that regarded homelessness in our city. Every second and fourth of each month, Pueblo City Council hosts these...

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