It’s been over five years since Colorado passed Amendment 71.

The law, signed by former President Bill Clinton in 1996, banned the use of color in advertising and marketing.

The ban was later overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2008, but the law is still on the books.

Coloradans have long enjoyed a wide range of outdoor recreational facilities, from swimming pools to hiking trails.

But the law was one of the most controversial in the country, and many felt that the ban had gone too far.

Colorado’s water and air quality have been ranked as the third-highest in the nation and its snowpack is among the highest in the world.

But this fall, the state’s health department announced that its residents had suffered a whopping 887,000 cases of coronavirus, the deadliest disease in U..

S history.

The state has been working to reduce its COVID-19 burden and its exposure to the virus, but there are still some challenges to overcome.

The health department’s preliminary findings paint a grim picture of what’s ahead for the future.

The report found that COVID infections have been rising since Colorado’s passage of the law, and that those infections are expected to continue to increase.

COVID deaths in the state have quadrupled over the last five years, and the rate of deaths from COVID has increased in every year since the law took effect.

There is no cure for COVID, and there is no vaccine.

But Colorado has shown a significant reduction in the number of COVID cases in the past few months, and officials hope that this is the start of a turnaround.

That said, COVID can still be fatal, and as the coronaviral pandemic progresses, there is an urgent need for continued vigilance.

According to the Colorado Department of Public Health, the average mortality rate from COIDS among Colorado residents is about 2.2 deaths per 100,000 residents, which is a relatively low rate compared to many other states.

But even that is far below the national average of 15.5 deaths per 10,000 people.

So while the state has made significant progress, COIDS deaths still remain a serious public health issue.

While the number and type of cases is improving, the number still remains very high.

The latest statistics show that COIDS cases in Colorado increased from 1,058 in January to 2,094 in August.

While this number is lower than what it was in 2015, it is still a record high, and is the most in the U, and has exceeded what the U has seen in the previous three years combined.

According the Colorado Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COIDs infections in the Colorado metro area have increased from about 4.3 million in 2015 to about 5.4 million in 2018.

In other words, the population of Colorado has increased by about 3 million people since its peak in 2016.

The new figures show that even with these new numbers, the COVID pandemic still remains an ongoing threat.

The Colorado Department in the report said that while the health department expects to have a COVID control plan in place by the end of 2019, the actual implementation will depend on a variety of factors including the level of COIDS control and public health priorities.

Colorado has a wide variety of public and private health care systems, but it’s important to keep in mind that COIDs patients are not the only ones at risk.

“Public health efforts to reduce COIDS-related COVID infection are critical to reducing the risk to the public and to reducing COVID exposure to COIDS patients,” the report stated.

“In addition, the continued high incidence of COIDs in Colorado underscores the need for public health activities to support COIDS treatment and recovery efforts.”

The new statistics also show that more than 100,600 cases of COID have been reported to the state since its first coronaviruses pandemic, which began in late March.

The CDC’s most recent analysis of COVI, a public health indicator used to evaluate public health efforts, found that the total number of new coronavires infections in Colorado has been growing for more than five years.

But it is important to remember that COVI infections are not a single virus that can be passed from person to person.

COVI can spread through close contact with an infected person, like sharing a bathtub or sitting next to someone who is ill.

It can also spread through sharing a contaminated water source, such as drinking a water bottle.

In addition, COVI is spread through direct skin contact, such like touching the top of someone’s neck.

The more COVI you have, the more you are at risk for death.

The number of people with COVI in Colorado is expected to grow in the coming years, which means that the state is in a vulnerable position.

For the first time in history, the coronovirus pandemic has left a legacy of public health problems