New York financier George Soros joins other left-wing groups and donors, including California billionaire Tom Steyer, in campaign to win down-ballot races in Colorado this year.
Embed from Getty Images Promises, promises. Never mind proponents’ propaganda about what a proposed local tax increase will pay...
Amendment 70 will increase Colorado’s minimum wage from the current $8.31 per hour, in stages, until it reaches $12.00 per hour in...
Among the many bad measures on Colorado’s November ballot is Amendment 72, which would triple Colorado’s tobacco tax, with the...
Xcel to Kirkmeyer: ‘Is there any way to meet with you or the other commissioners on a more regular basis besides public meetings.’
“It is clear this is being deemed as compensation otherwise they would not have justification for giving this benefit to the commissioners and not the rest of the employees in the county,” Hare said.
“Will work 3/4 time so have time to campaign,” Madden wrote in an e-mail after accepting the $110,000 per year position. “Dream job for me!!”
After months of tip-toeing around the issue, CU Regent candidate Alice Madden says she will not support fossil-fuel divestment at the university.
Propositions 107 and 108 on this year’s ballot could result in binding presidential primaries open to the unaffiliated…that’s why the national GOP is likely to explore various options, including superdelegates.
At several recent meetings of both the board of Weld County Commissioners and the Weld County Council, residents have said a recent training trip to Breckenridge was too much and accused the commissioners of using United Way to launder donations from organizations that depend on the commissioners for decisions on land use in the county.
Amendment 72: Constitutionally guaranteed revenues for state bureaucracies is horrible fiscal policy
Amendment 72 creates a constitutionally mandated stream of revenue for two state health bureaucracies that seek to shake off the shackles of legislative budgetary oversight.
It’s a frequent misconception that businesses “absorb” certain costs. They don’t.
“You’ll get a different kind of a cap-and-trade bill, but the cap will be the one set by the Clean Power Plan,” Gov. Ritter tells an environmental conference in Ohio.
When Gary Johnson used the phrase “undocumented workers,” it triggered a strong reaction from Boyles, who considers it weaselly and born of political correctness. “Why can’t you use the word illegal instead of undocumented?” he asked.