For years, mental health providers across the state who accept Medicaid have had to put up with hours of paperwork in order to get reimbursed for services. Recently, a clerical error threatened to put even more burden onto providers. KGNU’s […]
On today’s morning magazine, we talk to a Colorado Sun reporter about why so many mental health providers are fed up with Medicaid. After that, we hear about how Crested Butte is combating a housing crisis. Then, on The […]
On today’s morning magazine, we ask a state climatologist about the late snow this year. After that, the Cannabis Report explains plans for a 4-page cannabis warning pamphlet to be given out at dispensaries in 2023 as well as […]
Bi-weekly updates on what’s happening in the world of cannabis with marijuana reporter Leland Rucker.
On today’s Morning Magazine, we hear about what happens when college enrollments rise and the housing stock doesn’t. Then, we get an update on where things stand with the ongoing legal battle over the Rocky Flats nuclear site. After that, […]
The Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center is appealing a judge’s decision dismissing their lawsuit that challenged the use of Rocky Flats Nuclear weapons manufacturing site as a wildlife refuge open to hikers and bikers. The refuge contains about 11 […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, we’ll look at how Denver and Boulder are using a “Housing First” approach to homelessness. After that, This Week in Water explores how urban trees can play an important role in controlling storm water runoff. Finally, […]