Valley Roundup - November 15th, 2013
Welcome to Valley Roundup, a review of the week’s top news stories in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond.
Andy Stone and Curtis Wackerle join us to discuss the decades in the making decision on what to build at the foot of Aspen Mountain on the lift 1A site.
We talk today with Denver Post reporter Kurtis Lee about the controversy over new ads aimed at getting young people to sign up for health insurance.
And on the Download with Rob St. Mary - cyber war steps ahead on conventional terrorism on the government’s threat list.
Its all head on today’s Valley Roundup.
On the show today Andy Stone, a columnist for the Aspen Times joins us to discuss the top news stories of the week.
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Interview – Kurtis Lee, Denver Post Political Writer
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The Download with Rob St. Mary:
Aspen Snowmass interactive camera view:
The tech industry is lobbying for less spying:
Infographic: Government data requests to Internet companies:
Cyber Attacks likely to exceed danger posted by al-Qaeda:
Chicagoan Jeremy Hammond gets 10 years for hacking:
Your phone number could be your new ID: