Last year, the ACLU of Colorado discovered nearly 800 cases where people had gone to jail in Colorado Springs, Colo., when they couldn't pay their tickets for minor violations. Pictured above is Alamo Square Park, site of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. Michael Bullock/Getty images hide caption

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Colorado Springs Will Stop Jailing People Too Poor To Pay Court Fines

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When Mass Shootings Happen, How Survivors Learn To Cope

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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is among a hand of Republican Presidential candidates to weigh in on the shooting at a Colorado-based Planned Parenthood clinic over the weekend. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Robert Lewis Dear, 57, is accused of attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs and killing three people, including a police officer. Nine others were injured. Colorado Springs Police Department hide caption

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This aerial photo taken Thursday shows the destructive path of the Waldo Canyon fire in the Mountain Shadows subdivision area of Colorado Springs, Colo. RJ Sangosti / Denver Post /AP hide caption

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Jeff Brady reporting on 'Morning Edition'

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