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A High Point sign is seen near East 64th Avenue and Tower Raod in Aurora. The Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center development is proposing to build on the High Point property. (Heather L. Smith/Aurora Sentinel)

“If any changes are made, they should apply prospectively and not impact those who followed the rules established by the legislature,” he said. “One of the hallmarks of good government is that state and local partnership exists. Senate bill 284 did not represent the best as far as that’s concerned.”

Nyles Quenzer, a registered nurse at Rose Medical Center, eases in a catheter for an Impella heart pump into a hospital dummy, May 4, as Jeremy Bingham, a clinical educator for Abiomed, looks on. Abiomed held a training exhibition in their mobile vendor training truck lab at Aurora Medical Center to educate those in the medical field about the Impella, which is billed as the world’s smallest heart pump. The pump is inserted into the heart through an artery, similar to how a stent is inserted for blocked artery patients. The pump is intended as short-term, temporary way to increase blood flow from a diseased or injured heart. Blood flow from the pump allows for the heart to heal, or it buys time for surgeons to make permanent repairs when a patient is ready. (Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | Nyles Quenzer, a registered nurse at Rose Medical Center, eases in a catheter for an Impella heart pump into a hospital dummy, May 4, as Jeremy Bingham, a clinical educator for Abiomed, looks on. Abiomed held a training exhibition in their mobile vendor training truck lab at The Medical Center of Aurora to educate those […]

$856M National Wester_Perr

DENVER | The Colorado Senate has approved a $350 million plan to put Colorado State University buildings at the National Western Stock Show site in Denver. The renovation plan is pitched as a major revitalization effort. The measure already passed the House. The bill approved Tuesday details a plan for Colorado to enter lease-purchase agreements over […]

In this April 13, 2015 photo, a sign advertises homes for sale in Las Vegas. Standard & Poor’s releases its 20-city home price index for February on Tuesday, April 28, 2015. (AP Photo/John Locher)

“While slow and steady growth throughout the country may sound like an unambiguously good thing, some of these markets were unaffordable to begin with and are not getting any cheaper,” said Patrick Newport, an economist at IHS Global Insight.

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