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27 & 41: Exact, Yet So Different

Funny, isn't it, how sometimes words and phrases can come together and sound so much alike - OK, almost exactly alike? And funny, isn't it,...

#41 and Denver

The official editorial positions handed down by Denver's two daily newspapers - the voices of record that enjoy statewide influence - have taken dramatically...

GOP on #41: Our Hands Are Tied

As the legislature ponders how to best install Colorado's new ethics in government law, Republican leaders in the House and Senate gave a very...

# 41: Colorado

First, the highlights of what has been, and still being, tossed around during the hottest political football game of the season. It's also called Amendment...

Energy Director Tom Plant OK Under A41

It's hard enough to start a new job, but when former Rep. Tom Plant was appointed by Gov. Bill Ritter to head the Office...

Lawmakers To Lobbyists

So whatever happened to former Republican legislators Joe Stengel and Lauri Clapp? The pair resigned from their seats early to allegedly steer clear of provisions...

Lawmakers In Need Of Coffee, Lunch

In their brief meeting on the House floor Mondat, legislators took time to remember the legacy of Martin Luther King. They also lamented the...

Nobel Prize Illegal With Amendment 41?

One of the nation's most coveted prizes could become obsolete to public employees under a newly passed Colorado law. Amendment 41, which was approved by...

Lawmakers Are No-Shows at Charity Party

And the fallout from Amendment 41 continues. While some legislators are stepping down early to escape its reach, Amendment 41 might be affecting something...

Grand Junction Senator Quits

Certainly one of many legislators who want to avoid the two year wait before they can lobby at the Capitol, State Senator Ron Teck...
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