Anyone who says it’s too easy to change our state constitution has either never tried or is wildly wealthy.
If there was any lingering doubt about environmental politics playing a huge role in Colorado elections this year, California billionaire...
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories Complete Colorado reporter Sherrie Peif will publish that examines the Weld...
Embed from Getty Images Colorado’s “ban fracking” campaign is over for 2016. The activists working on two ballot measures,...
With all these worthy charities counting on additional tax money for their budgets, you’d be doing them a favor by smoking more, not less.
“We have proven that we want to have input in our children’s education and value the environment that they are being educated in.” — Tammy Garcia
Under Colorado statute, when a board member resigns the board has 60 days to find a replacement. If one cannot be found, the board president can appoint one without board approval.
Even with the demise of anti-fracking ballot measures, energy remains a hot issue in Colorado elections this year, thanks to Tom Steyer and the presidential candidates.
There would seem to be little need, especially in Aspen, for “free,” taxpayer-paid transit — there’s no question that the city-subsidized rides amount to socialism for the rich folks who populate Aspen.
The invoice raises the question of how independent Mr. Combetta’s cooperation with the FBI was. Alternately, it could show he remained tethered, and therefore loyal to some degree, to Hillary Clinton and her team.
Dougco minority school board members refuse to accept one-sentence resignation, instead leave 45,000 residents without representation
“We are getting bogged down in the technicalities once again,” Greven said. “We’re talking about when the resignation got submitted, to who, at what time, at what date. The problem with that is I look at the resignation letter, which just got read, and the fact remains that director Benevento resigned and we need to fill that position. — Student representative
If the people who wrote Amendment 69 were trying to disguise its true intent and mislead voters by misusing common English words, the confusion of its supporters over its tax provisions seems to suggest that they have succeeded.
One of the anti-fracking signature gatherers is actually pinning the blame on Denver’s homeless population.
There has been a healthy trend toward more competition in ground transportation in Colorado. The airport would be taking a step backward by trying to re-establish a monopoly or near-monopoly.