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Welton Street in Denver on the fifth day of protests in reaction to the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. June 1, 2020.

‘Silence is not an option’: Colorado newsrooms pledge to combat racism Your weekly roundup...

A slow burn inside newsrooms about the efficacy of objectivity, "both-sides-ism," and a view-from-nowhere approach to reporting burst into a public flashpoint this week. Much of it...
Hickenlooper, left, and Sen. Michael Bennet — pictured here at the 2016 opening of RTD's A-Line — will join the Democratic primary debate on June 27, 2019 (Photo by Evan Semón)

Littwin: You can’t write off Bennet or Hick yet, but, in 2020 campaign, it’s...

Let’s agree, if just for the sake of argument, that it’s still too soon to write off the bottom half of the 23-person Democratic field  —...
Illustration credit: Mark Castillo with graphic elements from www.vecteezy.com

Guest Post: Who fought for teacher pay during the 2019 session?

If you think back to April of 2018, you may remember a sea of red-shirt-clad teachers, armed with creative signage and megaphones, storming the...

2018 Education

Our "On the Issues" pages draw from speeches, interviews, campaign websites, our candidate questionnaire and prior media coverage, including our own. These pages will...

Gannett’s nationwide layoffs lash the Coloradoan newspaper in Fort Collins Your weekly roundup of...

Coast to coast, a wave of layoffs surged through newsrooms of America's largest newspaper chain — and I'm told three full-time staff positions at the Coloradoan in Fort Collins were...

Disability-rights advocate Carrie Ann Lucas, 1971-2019, a “bad-ass” to the end Friends, family honor...

In the wake of disability-rights advocate Carrie Ann Lucas’s death on Sunday, state lawmakers offer a moment of silence in her honor. Those who...
Gov. Polis speaks to students at the Greenlee Elementary School on March 22, 2019 after he and lawmakers announced a plan to fund full-day kindergarten. (Photo by John Herrick)

Colorado vaccine skeptics heartened by ‘pro-choice’ Jared Polis The state ranks last in the...

When Gov. Jared Polis told reporters last week that he’s “pro-choice” on vaccines, “that was music to my ears,” said Philip Silberman. Silberman, the leader...
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Guest Post: Why TABOR means we can have nice things

Taxpayer Bill of Rights. TABOR. A legislative victory for the libertarian state of Colorado. But perhaps one of the most hated bills by progressives...
Immigrants who have worked in Colorado for years under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program now live in limbo. (Photo by Katrine Kaarsemaker via Flickr: Creative Commons)

Guest Post: Why we must pass the Dream and Promise Act

For nearly two decades, working immigrant Coloradans who gained an opportunity to live and work in our communities under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS)...
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