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Jennifer Brown
Position: The Colorado Sun

Federal land managers are planning Colorado’s next wild horse roundup, ignoring pleas to stop using a helicopter

The BLM’s management plan for the Little Book Cliffs near Palisade calls for removing about 100 horses with a helicopter roundup

Colorado won’t legalize raw milk this year after proposal spoils in legislature

State has some of the strictest raw milk laws in the West

Legislators defend reporter who was kicked out of GOP state assembly

Sun editor: ‘It’s a sad day when politicians get to decide who can and cannot report for the American people’

An old-fashioned newspaper war inspired by modern politics is raging in Westcliffe and dividing readers

While many Colorado communities are losing their local newspapers, Custer County readers are divided between a traditional, 100-year-old paper and a right-wing newcomer

Entire Western Colorado wild horse herd removed from range in helicopter roundup

All 122 horses in the West Douglas area were captured in the roundup, with four euthanized and the rest headed to holding pens in Cañon City

Colorado has 100s more wild horses than the feds say it should. So volunteers are hitting them with fertility darts

The long-term goal is to control the mustang population on the state’s four herd-management areas with fertility control

Colorado to continue prosecuting children as young as 10

The proposal to raise the juvenile prosecution age except in murder cases stalled in Senate

Colorado hospitals that refuse services, like tying tubes, will have to say so publicly

Legislation will require providers to notify patients about certain types of care they do not provide

Ousted Behavioral Health chief cites ‘lack of support’ from governor’s office

State’s human services director will take over for Dr. Morgan Medlock

Colorado legislation takes ‘galloping step’ toward horse slaughter ban

The Senate Agriculture Committee passed a weaker version of the original bill that’s intended to protect horses during transport

Colorado horses are slaughtered abroad for food. A new bill could shut down the industry.

Investigation follows horses from auctions to slaughterhouses, where they are exported for consumption

Juvenile violent crime is rising in Colorado

Researchers are looking into the link between violent crime and teenagers spending more time virtually connected but physically alone