An estimated 45 to 55 terminally ill adults have requested prescriptions for life-ending medication in the year since Colorado voters legalized medical aid-in-dying, advocacy group […] > read more
To address declining enrollment and combat segregation, Denver Public Schools should consider a number of steps including creating a clear and community-driven process for consolidating […] > read more
The Home Front: ‘There is no contingency plan’ for the estimated 90k Colorado families who rely on CHIP for basic healthcare
“Everyone from government officials to late night hosts are sounding the alarm as the Child Health Insurance Program runs out of money, putting almost nine […] > read more
If you think Republicans were afraid that their tax-cut bill is being seen as a boon to the rich, think again. In the House-Senate compromise […] > read more
Should judges in Colorado be able to seal criminal court records without a uniform standard on secrecy?
In a terse letter, a committee of the Colorado Supreme Court has rejected CFOIC’s call for a uniform standard for sealing court files in criminal […] > read more
The Home Front: No snow means no work for seasonal hires in Steamboat. A ski resort gives free meals to those without a paycheck.
About half of Colorado’s largest newspapers today are carrying news of a Democratic candidate’s U.S. Senate win in Alabama. As for local news that made […] > read more
From The National Review, David French writes that it’s one thing to honor important men and women who had profound moral failings — say, Thomas […] > read more
Will Badlands National Park have enough forage in the future for its bison herds? Can the Wind River Reservation manage tribal water storage to account […] > read more
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Update: George Brauchler’s office has asked for another two-week extension to submit its legal objections to The Independent’s motion to unseal documents about prosecutorial misconduct. […]... > read more
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Members of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby are proud to offer their Monthly Energy Speaker Series, an opportunity for learning and community engagement on the important […]Read More
Colorado lawmakers could change how they handle harassment complaints. Here’s why. And what you should know about harassment at the Capitol.
A month after a wave of sexual harassment allegations crashed over the Capitol, top lawmakers on Friday will hold a high-stakes meeting about how they […]Read More