Asserting that more Medicaid spending makes people better requires believing that the tooth fairy pays federal taxes, that Santa Claus pays the hospital provider fee, and that costs matter only if they must be defrayed by the state’s General Fund.
New York group on ‘kill’ mission against fossil fuels emerges as major player in anti-fracking campaign
Embed from Getty Images Over the past several weeks, the cover story of anti-fracking activists in Colorado has become a total...
KMGH Channel 7 is standing by a story in which the underpinning fact is probably wrong. After Complete Colorado produced evidence to...
A work session that was to include a brief presentation on the next steps after the release of an independent report that exonerated...
The reason bureaucracies live forever: They happily take a mile when given an inch, but tend to ignore those all-too-rare legislative attempts to curb their authority. Like rented mules, they need to be hit with a two-by-four just to get their attention. Frances Koncilja, newest member of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, is trying to wield such a plank. Just […]
“Upon review of all facts made available to us, we have not found evidence that directors Silverthorn and Reynolds violated any express board or district policy in conducting the March 4, 2016, meeting with (Grace Davis) or in their subsequent conduct relevant to this investigation…”
“The VA is an organization mired in culture of corruption and bureaucratic incompetence under an administration that is convinced that if they ignore the scandals that they will politically disappear…
La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt listed Earthworks as her employer in a donation to her own campaign last year. She says it’s a mistake, but it still raises new questions about her record.
“Raise the Bar” is running an initiative that would require future initiated amendments to pass with a supermajority of 55 percent instead of the current 50 percent plus one. However, initiatives that would repeal any current provision of the state constitution can pass with only a simple majority, as now.
As a Clinton supporting super delegate, would an indictment cause Hick to stop supporting Hillary?
Silverthorn announced that an independent investigator’s report into the treatment of student Grace Davis by Silverthorn and fellow board member Judith Reynolds will be made public during a June 21 work session.
But a circulation person said on the phone that the “specials” would include issues about the Broncos, business “and I forget the other.”
“Please provide copies of agendas and/or descriptions of topics covered at each of the organization’s general meetings and events since inception.”
No matter what happens “state-by-state” and “county-by-county,” a national fracking ban is the real goal, according the Democratic presidential candidate.