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Statetap: Colorado GOP shares the table with ousted Log Cabin Republicans

Sharing Space The Colorado GOP is making room at its table at the Western Conservative Summit for the Log Cabin Republicans after conference organizers disinvited...

Colorado voters clear path toward Obama’s cheap, fast internet

In Colorado, where residents in seven cities and counties this past November voted to free local government from state laws prohibiting them from offering their own internet service.

Statetap: JeffCo students mull school board recall drive

JeffCo Students for Change organized a rally in Clement Park to consider throwing the bums out. Not related: Colorado breweries rocked this year's Great American Beer Festival, of course.

Xcel Energy makes an honest mistake, you guys

  Xcel Energy, the utility giant that serves much of Colorado, was ousted by Boulder voters last year in favor of a city plan to...

Map plots boomtime drilling spills (lots of them) in Colorado

Election season will heat up. The battle for local control over the oil-and gas industry will rage. And drilling will continue at its breakneck pace , which will mean more accidents and spills.

Wiretap: The American dream, dead in the old south

In the American South, social mobility is worse than any developed country for which we have numbers.

Wiretap: Eight bucks an hour

Twenty years, give or take, in the fast-food business, and Shonda Roberts, who now works as a cashier for KFC, makes 8 bucks an hour. Why would she strike for higher wages?

Coloradans eye rulings around country in favor of local fracking bans

BOULDER -- Supporters of local bans on the oil-and-gas drilling process known as fracking celebrated a key high court victory in Pennsylvania last week.

Polis to Colorado Oil and Gas Association: ‘Stop suing the communities...

Colorado Congressman Jared Polis is having a particularly passionate populist week. He has taken on opponents of immigration reform and oil industry frackers, arguing on behalf of immigrant families and local community zoning rights.

Wiretap: USA endures DC gas bags; Colorado caps methane

National Journal Poll: Americans (still) hate their representatives. The president has slipped to 38 percent approval, from 52 percent just after he was elected. He can't begin to compete with Congress, which has an approval rating of 9.
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