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Colorado Lawmaker Takes Action After a Business Owner Loses Nearly $50,000 Over Two Emails Lost In Spam Folder: 'This is Nuts'

Colorado Lawmaker Takes Action After a Business Owner Loses Nearly $50,000 Over Two Emails Lost In Spam Folder: 'This is Nuts'

DENVER (CBS4) – The state clawed back nearly $50,000 from a Colorado small business owner after she failed to respond to two notices for an audit. She says the emails went to her spam folder.Nicole Schiavone (credit: CBS)Nicole Schiavone, owner of Wildflower Assisted Living, has cared for people with brain injuries for 15 years. Most of them are Medicaid recipients, so when the state sent her an email last year notifying her of an upcoming audit she confirmed receipt and then waited for an email requesting documentation.READ MORE:“Then didn’t hear anything, and COVID hit and so I was like,...

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Colorado Oil & Gas Taunts The North Face At Mock Award Ceremony

Colorado Oil & Gas Taunts The North Face At Mock Award Ceremony

DENVER (CBS4)– The North Face is being celebrated by the very industry it snubbed. The Colorado-based company recently rejected an order for 400 jackets from a Texas oil and gas company because it reportedly didn’t want to be associated with an industry that doesn’t meet its brand standards.(credit: CBS)Ironically, the jackets and almost every product The North Face produces and sells is made with nylon, polyester and polyurethane, all of which come from petroleum.READ MORE:So, the Colorado Oil and Gas Association decided to have some fun with the situation. It bestowed its first-ever...

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Colorado Schools Could Soon Teach Kids How To Differentiate Between Fake News & Credible Media: 'We All Need To Be A Little Distrustful'

Colorado Schools Could Soon Teach Kids How To Differentiate Between Fake News & Credible Media: 'We All Need To Be A Little Distrustful'

DENVER (CBS4) – The internet has expanded kids’ access to information. Now, two state lawmakers want to help them identify misinformation and disinformation.From Facebook and Twitter to blogs and apps, the information landscape is vast, and State Rep. Barbara McLachlan says facts can vary widely.(credit: CBS)“Whenever somebody starts off a sentence with ‘I read somewhere that this happened,’ you think, ‘Wait a minute.’ I think we all need to be a little distrustful about where people are getting their information,” McLachlan said.A school teacher-turned-state lawmaker, McLachlan says kids...

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Colorado Schools Could Soon Teach Kids How To Differentiate Between Fake News & Credible Media: 'We All Need To Be A Little Distrustful'

Colorado Schools Could Soon Teach Kids How To Differentiate Between Fake News & Credible Media: 'We All Need To Be A Little Distrustful'

DENVER (CBS4) – The internet has expanded kids’ access to information. Now, two state lawmakers want to help them identify misinformation and disinformation.From Facebook and Twitter to blogs and apps, the information landscape is vast, and State Rep. Barbara McLachlan says facts can vary widely.(credit: CBS)“Whenever somebody starts off a sentence with ‘I read somewhere that this happened,’ you think, ‘Wait a minute.’ I think we all need to be a little distrustful about where people are getting their information,” McLachlan said.A school teacher-turned-state lawmaker, McLachlan says kids...

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