PURG President Dave Kisker didn’t rule out ballot initiatives to change various aspects of the Weld County Charter, recall attempts or supporting candidates in primary races in the 2018 election.
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DENVER — A bill that couldn’t move fast enough for one Colorado newspaper publisher, leading to accusations of fake news and threats...
(Editor’s note: This is a response in its entirety from Rep.Tim Leonard, (R-Evergreen) to the story: “Bills funding transportation,...
“If we’re not going to have any negotiations in good faith, then what they have done has not been in good faith. If we’re not going to have negotiations, then there is no point in having a damn bill.” — Jerry Sonnenberg on SB17-267
School leaders are perfectly capable of exercising sound judgement about whom they want leading their classrooms.
“It will catch up to them. Maybe not tomorrow but it will catch up to them.” — Gregory Golyansky, President Colorado Union of Taxpayers
“As far as I’m concerned, DPS has to substantiate the charge,” he said. “I do intend, if necessary, to file suit against Denver Public Schools and the young lady.” — John Russell, retired Army Lt. Colonel.
If the bill passes, the Hickenlooper Administration can hang a “for sale” sign on everything, including the kitchen sink.
The amendments that the Republicans tried clearly show there is enough money in the state budget to Fix Our Damn Roads without a tax increase,” Jon Caldara said. “Good for them for proving the point.”
We should not be importing crime, and that is what happens when we attract illegal aliens to Colorado. — Sen. Dave Williams, (R-El Paso)
Their job is to develop students intellectually, not to emotionally coddle them.
Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee voted against their usual privacy protection platform.
El Paso County residents nearby, however, told the Colorado Springs Gazette that the turbines’ inaudible, low-frequency sound waves — known as infrasound — and a phenomenon called shadow flicker have caused headaches, nausea and dizziness.