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Durangoan goes to Washington, D.C.

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Marsha Porter-Norton poses before she heads into the annual Colorado Capitol Conference, where about 100 Coloradans will participate in discussions with elected officials, academic leaders, journalists and other prominent thinkers and opinion-makers in Washington during the next two days. Porter-Norton applied after seeing a newspaper ad.

Durangoan goes to Washington, D.C.

Marsha Porter-Norton poses before she heads into the annual Colorado Capitol Conference, where about 100 Coloradans will participate in discussions with elected officials, academic leaders, journalists and other prominent thinkers and opinion-makers in Washington during the next two days. Porter-Norton applied after seeing a newspaper ad.
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