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Gov. John Hicklenlooper prepares to sign into law three new bills that will help Colorado prepare for an “unpredictable” wildfire season, as Sen. Gail Schwartz looks on. The governor, along with … more
If last year’s legislative session was an exercise in surrealism, than this year’s version was like a Bob Ross painting. Sure, there were moments of contention this year. But, for the most … more
DENVER ­— Colorado’s hockey team is playing for the championship. No, not those guys, the Denver Cutthroats, who are right in the middle of the President’s Cup Finals against the reigning champion Allen Americans. After the Cutthroats … more
A bill that seeks to provide tuition relief for out-of-state American Indian students will be scaled back because of difficulties over the cost assessment of the legislation, according to the bill … more
John Elway gets it. From refusing to play in Indianapolis and forcing a trade to the Denver Broncos as a rookie, to selling his car dealership empire at just the right moment, to cementing his legacy as an NFL icon by retiring after winning … more
A Democrat-sponsored bill that would re-shape how voters cast ballots in recall elections passed the Senate on March 28, as Republicans cried foul. The bill would allow people more time to vote … more
If you have ever seen a 1950’s sitcom, a la “Leave it to Beaver,” you know exactly how opponents of perceived “nanny state” government intrusions view some of the bills that have emerged from this legislative session. “Aw, gee whiz, … more
As my son Garrison and I were sitting down to a meal of grilled tilapia, boiled asparagus, and julienne potatoes the other night, we heard a knock at our front door. I was somewhat irritated since I was ready to chill out and watch a little … more
Guns and dynamite, badges and bullets, labor versus mine owners – saddle them up with a talent for shooting (accurately) from the hips and mix in a reputation as a bad man, and a picture of Jim (Lambert) Warford emerges. “People in … more
Recently, the FDA began deliberations on whether or not to let scientists at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland pursue a controversial reproductive technology with humans using the DNA of three people to create a baby free of certain … more
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