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Gessler to hold elections meeting in Springs

Secretary of State Scott Gessler will be in Colorado Springs tomorrow as part of his “election integrity” listening tour, to collect comment about the November general election. The meeting is scheduled from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the El Paso County clerk and recorder’s office, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road. Free parking is available.… Continue Reading Gessler to hold elections meeting in Springs

A new report says U.S. health care spending will continue climbing at a more moderate pace next year, which may help contain hikes in the price of employer-sponsored insurance. PwC’s Health Research Institute says the cost to deliver health care will climb 7.5 percent per person in 2013. That counts spending on everything from doctor… Continue Reading Report predicts moderate health care spending rise

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The United States will lose more market share and fall short of national security requirements, unless the federal government acts to reform the nation’s export control system and promotes the international competitiveness of U.S. industry. That’s the word from a new survey of satellite manufacturers in the United States, undertaken by the Aerospace Industries Association.… Continue Reading AIA: Reform needed to maintain security, U.S. competitiveness

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Third quarter foreclosure filings and sales at auction were down statewide and in El Paso County. Continue Reading Foreclosure filings and sales down in El Paso County

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The number subprime loans that were made last year fell by 7.8 percent, but the total amount of the loans grew 2 percent to $576 million. The Colorado Attorney General’s office reports that defaults fell from 10.2 percent in 2008 to 8.8 percent in 2009. The total amount of uncollectible payday loans also declined from… Continue Reading Fewer subprime loans last year, but dollar amount grew

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