“The public really supports transparency, so maybe that’s where it belongs, with the public.”
A bill that would allow 18-, 19- and 20-year-olds in the armed forces to apply for a conceal carry permit, passed the Senate Judiciary committee 3-2, along party lines, on Monday.
Naturally, Xcel opposes anything that threatens its highly profitable Colorado monopoly.
Nationally, the Steyer wing of the party refuses to give any ground after its humiliating defeat.
“He had a way of poking through the pretenses that he saw from politicians and from others, but always in a very gentlemanly and friendly way,” — John Temple, former editor of the Rocky Mountain News on the passing of reporter and columnist Peter Blake.
The new committee could tackle the Obama EPA’s ozone standard, which has attracted strong bipartisan criticism in Colorado.
The authors of the study concluded that HOPE or “Sure and Swift” managements seemed “unlikely to offer better outcomes and lower costs for broad classes of moderate-to-high-risk probationers.”
The California billionaire and anti-fossil fuel activist is bad at politics, plain and simple.
For the left, Al Gore is the perfect surrogate to close out this year’s election in Colorado. He’s national politics, left-wing politics and climate politics all rolled into one.
“…I still need another $50,000 to run the kind of advertising program I’d like. Again this is an under-the-radar fundraising effort because we don’t want the other camp to find out that we are doing an Independent Expenditure.”