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Republican lawmakers wade carefully into Labor Day participation

With labor rights a prickly subject, Republican lawmakers in some states face a quandary about participating in Labor Day events. In Wisconsin, legislators who supported Gov. Scott Walker’s efforts to curb collective-bargaining rights are treading carefully. State Sen. Pam Galloway says she’s attending a parade even though she knows some people won’t be happy to… Continue Reading Republican lawmakers wade carefully into Labor Day participation

Labor Day traffic expected to drop

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The number of travelers in the Mountain Region this Labor Day holiday weekend is expected to drop more than 2 percent over a year ago. AAA says about 2.4 million travelers are expected to hit the road in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. The region includes Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah… Continue Reading Labor Day traffic expected to drop

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Labor Day travel expected to rival July 4th

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If you’ve already wintered the R.V., stashed the tent and stored the camping supplies – you’re not a typical Coloradoan by AAA’s standards. Although July Fourth is traditionally the busiest summer travel holiday, this year Labor Day travel is expected to equal it. AAA Colorado expects¬†2.6 million Mountain States residents – 11.8 percent of the… Continue Reading Labor Day travel expected to rival July 4th

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