“No public funds shall be used by the State of Colorado, its agencies or political subdivisions to pay or otherwise reimburse, either directly or indirectly, any person, agency or facility for the performance of any induced abortion…”
Future presidential primaries in June? It’s possible that the Colorado legislature will re-establish the presidential primary that...
Passage of Amendment 69 would change the Colorado Constitution to give an entity called ColoradoCare the right to set prices for all...
Just one month after saying the district needed more schools and giving the OK on $48 million in certificates of participation to build...
Despite the fact that Lewis-Palmer District 38’s community appears to be quiet, things are anything but.
All those sycophantic voters, cheering their hero’s every wrong-headed promise. If ever there was a year for None of the Above on the ballot, this is it.
Governor Hickenlooper’s office gave no serious or meaningful answer to transparency questions posed by Complete Colorado in follow-up to an exclusive report.
EXCLUSIVE: AG’s office orders former HealthOP board members to quit use of name in campaign material
The cease and desist order also included a request to destroy or return any email lists the group has that were HealthOP property.
This whole affair is politically motivated. Just ask New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (D), who believes “climate deniers have no place in public life in America.”
In truth, charter schools do not siphon money away from public schools. Charter schools are public schools, and the current system siphons money away from them.
When I was asked by the, uh, director of the Department of Revenue, Barbara Brohl…to delete those groups of emails along with other people, uh, my immediate response was, ‘Are you familiar with Lois Lerner?’”
Inclusionary zoning modestly benefits a few chosen families, but it does nothing to make housing more broadly affordable. The legislature would be wise to avoid giving that authority to counties.
Brown has chosen to fight against the Convention of States. In doing so, he has tipped his hand as to where he really stands on our rights. In fighting against the Convention of States Project, a campaign he wages in hysterical emails full of misinformation and straw men arguments, he has raked in millions in donations.
Activists spent years lobbying for New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s so-called climate investigation – and a Colorado environmental group was leading the effort.