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George Claggett was a Marine who lived by his own definition of karma. more
The one thing that everyone of any political stripe can agree on when looking back at the 2013 legislative session is that a whole lot happened. The furious pace lasted 120 days. But the political and policy impact of last year’s session will be … more
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Franklin Mera, and his wife Julie Evans Mera, are too busy on Valentine’s Day to worry about their own romance. In fact, Feb. 14 is Franklin’s birthday, but for the last 30 years, the best he can hope for on that day is a good … more
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Another gun battle took center stage at the Capitol on Feb. 3, as a Senate committee rejected a Republican effort to undo a key Democrat-backed gun measure from last year. Testimony on a bill that … more
Two candidates with good name recognition are seeking a job as part of a down-ticket ballot race that isn't getting the same kind of attention as other statewide contests. “It doesn't get talked about compared to the congressional races, but … more
Democratic state lawmakers have drafted legislation aimed at making college a little less expensive. Last week, the College Affordability Act became the first bill to be introduced in the Senate … more
Cynthia Martinez, candidate for county clerk and recorder believes she learns something new from someone every day. She said a commitment to collaboration and teamwork is apparent in every aspect of her life, whether it is with her husband Brad … more
Legislation aimed at creating greater transparency for what happens behind closed doors at school board meetings will not happen this year. A bill sponsor on March 12 asked a Senate committee to indefinitely postpone the legislation, meaning the … more
Gun control advocates say they were not taken aback by recent comments by Gov. John Hickenlooper that initially indicated a back-pedaling of his support for a key piece of gun legislation from last year. “Words are one thing, but I'm … more
Three bills that became law last week aim to alleviate the high cost of child care in Colorado. The laws, signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on May 22, address a number of financial areas and are a response to Colorado being the fifth least … more
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