A draft press release reads, “The DOI and the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA, the Division’s home) will work with the legislature and the Governor’s office on the necessary legislation,” — but that never happened.
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When the U.S. Supreme Court remanded the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Mercury and Air Toxics Standards recently, it...
In the recent King v. Burwell decision, the U.S. Supreme Court said that the federal health benefits exchange can provide Obamacare...
Aimie Randall, the new conservative candidate, announced her intention to run for the district’s school board, seeking to fill outgoing conservative board member Donna Rice’s seat.
Moving so quickly into the campaign expense of issuing robocalls dovetails with the notion that the recall effort needs to submit their petitions quickly.
Understanding the price of ketchup may go a long way towards explaining why mainstream health care reformers gives such bad reform advice.
The increase in teacher departures coincides with a steadily improving economy and fewer teacher candidates coming out of college. Jeffco’s current teacher turnover is in line with historical trends, slightly below state average.
Colorado needs to be free of a meritless lawsuit that has already lasted far too long.
Nederland recently became the latest local government to enact a new tax in violation of the Colorado Constitution by disingenuously calling it a “fee.”
The NFIB asks the court to enjoin the secretary of state from assessing business and licensing charges that aren’t “reasonably related” to business.
For the sake of freedom, peace, and unity, it is time for Blaine to go.
Jeffco superintendent — state’s largest school boss — making less than 10 of his cohorts, $15,000 more than predecessor
The rhetoric that has been the Jefferson County Education Association (JCEA)’s main talking point since McMinimee was hired more than a year ago has been repeated so many times that no one questions it anymore.
The tagging could be simple graffiti. Or it could be a smaller symbol that reflects lingering tensions between some persons or some individual and the police.