Colorado... or Wyoming?

For each statement, guess whether it applies to Colorado, Wyoming, or both.
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1. Has 4 National Parks
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Wyoming only has two National Parks: Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.
2. Was the first state to allow women to vote
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The Wyoming Territory gave women the right to vote in 1869. Wyoming is now known as the Equality State.
3. Is larger
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Colorado is just over 6,000miĀ² larger than Wyoming. This difference is about the size of Connecticut.
4. Is landlocked
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5. Has a population under 1 million people
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Colorado has more than 5 million people. The population of Wyoming is less than that of Denver's city proper.
6. Has legalized marijuana
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7. Has mountains over 14,000 feet
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Colorado has 58 "14ers." Wyoming's highest point is Gannett Peak, with an elevation of 13,804 feet.
8. Has more than 30% of its population in rural areas
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35.2% of Wyoming's population is rural, compared to Colorado's 13.8%.
9. Has a vowel in its two letter abbreviation
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10. Contains part of the continental divide
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11. Has land in the great plains region
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12. Has land the Oregon trail passed through
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13. Has a native population of gray wolves
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14. Has the largest sand dunes in the United States
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15. Has a name that comes from an American Indian language
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Wyoming is named after a valley in Pennsylvania, derived from a Munsee word meaning "at the big river flat."
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Level 41
Aug 6, 2020
Why do you try to imply that WY is vowel-less? My, my.