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Just over a year ago, state Senate President John Morse was recalled from his Colorado Springs seat for playing a leading role in passing...
If the NRA's line is "They're coming for your guns and only you can stop them," Everytown's rally cry is "Guns are coming for your children and only you can protect them."
Today brings more evidence that it is nearly impossible to tally how much money was spent and by whom and where it all went.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg -- the antigun, anti-big-gulp, billionaire nanny stater -- is back, now trying to force the good people of Colorado to give up our God-given right to underfund K-12 education.
While they're squabbling over a government shutdown in Washington, we have equally pressing priorities here in Colorado. "Mother Nature has reset the playing field for us," says CSU professor Michael Gooseff.
As has been widely reported, police crackdowns on the Occupy movement in cities across the country have extended beyond the protesters to include attacks on journalists as a way to stanch news of police action. Ten reporters were arrested in New York when police cleared Zuccotti Park on Tuesday, including reporters for the AP, NPR, and the New York Daily News, according to watchdog organization Free Press. The organization announced today it has launched a campaign "targeted at mayors around the country to demand they honor the 1st Amendment and drop all charges against journalists."
A new Bloomberg News poll indicates that nearly 8 in 10 Americans believe that legislators should reach a compromise on the federal budget in order to avert a government shutdown.
The Florida Independent reports in its daily oil-spill round-up that the Gulf side panhandle is now threatened directly by the British Petroleum oil gusher,...
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