Historically, the legislature hasn’t done a good job at drawing new political lines, especially when control is divided.
Some policies that took the previous Jefferson County Public Schools Board of Education two years to put in place will likely unravel...
During his monthly appearance on KOA NewsRadio’s The Mike Rosen Show, Governor Hickenlooper defended his decision to allow Syrian...
Medicaid is the largest health care program in the United States. It spends a lot on relatively low quality care. Since 2007, Colorado...
“There has been some recent suspicious activity in Mississippi that involved what appeared to be overt surveillance activities involving places of worship.”
The Governor is our chief executive officer, not our king.
This poses a problem for TABOR: The more cases you lose on appeal, the tougher it is to win future ones in lower courts.
This election has proven that while powerful interests can win elections, they cannot kill ideas.
In May 2011, the rate of positive drug tests for parolees under intense supervision (ISP) was 6.7 percent. By June of this year, that number had risen to 16.7 percent.
And Colorado Fair Share—which, according to its website, is invested in efforts to “Get big money out of politics”—kicked in one-third of the total amount donated to the committee with a $75,000 contribution.
Expenditures in Jeffco were $10 million under budget, and the district was able to dedicate an additional $20.3 million to capital reserves.
The reporter’s assertion that the district needs a plan to generate an additional $10 million is both wildly misleading and inaccurate, based on old, outdated information.
Salazar, however, takes the prize, having taken on Republican Gov. Bill Owens, Secretary of State Donetta Davidson and the GOP legislature in 2003, in a congressional redistricting case.
Once states relinquish their authority to the federal government in key regulatory areas, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to restore our autonomy to decide what is best for our state.