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By Dustin Zvonek | October 15, 2014
Textbooks? Curriculum? Achievement? Failure to communicate in Jeffco
By Sheila Atwell
October 13, 2014
Where most Millennials are moving; it’s not where you might think
By Wendell Cox
October 13, 2014

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Blake: How long until ‘sustainability’ becomes eminent domain?
By Peter Blake
October 9, 2014
What, you may ask, is an eco-district? You’re not likely to find out much by reading the releases, which are filled with vaguely positive but slippery abstractions.

Dems use power of incumbency to tilt ballot and issues in their favor
By Todd Shepherd
October 7, 2014
Will policy cancellations and premium increases next year threaten a Udall re-election bid in 2020? Probably not, but with the polls this close in 2014, it was worth the DOI breaking the law to find out.

The Polis Commission: Did Polis have appointment power? Who was left off?
By Valerie Richardson | Special to Complete Colorado
October 6, 2014
“From my conversation with the governor, yes, Polis got several people on the commission,” Sonnenberg said.

Obamacare limits work hours for CU students
By Todd Shepherd
October 3, 2014
After the enactment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), the campus took the opportunity to examine the number of hours student employees were working per week and has established a policy which sets the maximum number of hours a student employee can work during a bi-weekly pay period.

EPA power plant rule will hurt Colorado ratepayers
By Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg
October 3, 2014
In short, a simple analysis of the Clean Power Plan suggests that the costs would far outweigh any benefits. Unless modified significantly, the proposed rule would put at risk the competitive advantage that affordable and reliable energy provides to the economy and will needlessly cause hardship, especially for those on low and fixed incomes.

A lesson on censorship and civil disobedience for Jeffco students, teachers and observers
By Ari Armstrong
October 2, 2014
If nothing else, Jeffco students should learn what civil disobedience is, what censorship is, and what those things are not.

Emails show union school representative organizing sick outs
By Todd Shepherd
October 1, 2014
JCEA supports a sick out but they can’t officially organize one. It’s up to us!

Silverman: How Hick hides his left side
By Craig Silverman
September 30, 2014
Hick: We give to hundreds of organizations so you can rest assured that there is no large contribution…

Broker warned of dramatically higher group insurance plan premiums
By Todd Shepherd
September 22, 2014
“We have been dealing with group increases up to 65% for July ACA compliant plans.”

Fracking Commission Set to Meet Next Week
By Michael Sandoval
September 19, 2014
All subsequent meetings will be open to the public…

Why rapid-buses are preferable to rail transit
By Randal O'Toole
August 12, 2014
It turns out that, outside of Manhattan and possibly Chicago, there is no urban area in America that needs any kind of rail transit at all.

Loveland voters say “no” to anti-energy development extremists
By Jon Haubert
July 8, 2014
When voters have the facts on fracking, they are more than capable of making an informed decision about this critical economic driver and shown the courage to rebuff attempts by extremists to outlaw fracking.

Alleged robbery at Mayor’s office generated no report
By Complete Colorado
April 28, 2014
The Denver Post had a great report this weekend about a new 911 protocol, headlined, “‘Dignitaries’ get enhanced 911 response in wake of new Denver rules.” The Post reports that in October of last year, the Mayor’s office had to wait over 30 minutes for a cop to be dispatched to his offices on a […]

Westminster landlords might be compelled to deliver voter registration forms
By Complete Colorado
April 25, 2014
Monday, April 28th, the Westminster City Council will meet, and according to the agenda posted online by the city, an interesting voting registration measure will be on the docket. The council will consider a proposal that would require all landlords within the city to deliver a voter registration form when also delivering the property to […]

Thompson BOE meets for first time since disruption, arguments over public comment
By Complete Colorado
March 19, 2014
An angry March 5 Thompson School District Board of Education meeting that erupted over the question of public comment ended in catcalls, applause, and plentiful use of the chair’s gavel as revealed in video of the meeting. The Loveland Reporter-Herald’s education reporter, Alex Burness, provides background on the brouhaha: Buried Wednesday within the latest school […]

New Udall-cancellation emails released by state
By Todd Shepherd
March 17, 2014
New emails have been released relating to U.S. Senator Mark Udall and his staff questioning the final tabulation of health care policy cancellations across Colorado in 2013. Originally, the Division of Insurance (DOI) legally withheld the emails from a Colorado Open Records Act request via the “deliberative process” privilege*.  On Wednesday, March 12, asked […]

Guest Editorial: Hess for Governor campaign
By Matthew Hess
March 4, 2014
Colorado didn’t used to take so much from our pockets, interfere with the way we each choose to live our lives, and work so diligently to control commerce.

Guest Editorial: Kopp for Governor campaign
By Mike Kopp
March 4, 2014
A serious, aggressive, in-depth and far-reaching reassessment of state government is needed—now.

Guest Editorial: House for Governor campaign
By Steve House
March 3, 2014
Part of the problem is a school model based on a 55-year old formula; our public education system is a commodity designed for the masses, rather than tailored for the individual.

Guest Editorial: Tancredo for Governor campaign
By Tom Tancredo
March 3, 2014
Per pupil appreciation of our American heritage should be as much in the focus of public policy as per pupil expenditure.

More economic freedom means less corruption
By Barry Fagin
March 3, 2014
If we really want to fight corruption, we don’t need nobler politicians, tougher laws, or still more regulations. We need economic freedom.

Colorado’s preferred-energy policies cruel to ratepayers
By Amy Oliver Cooke
February 27, 2014
Affordable power is not mutually exclusive of clean power. Colorado should expand the definition of clean resources to include clean coal, natural gas, hydroelectric and nuclear. We also should encourage a least-cost principle and let consumers decide.

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