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How Bureau of Land Management employees really feel about moving West...

When it comes to the relocation of the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters, acting Director William Perry Pendley, a self-proclaimed “sagebrush rebel,” is just...

Colorado farmers fight to save their water and their community’s future...

One day in mid-July, Colorado state engineer Kevin Rein stood before a packed room of farmers and ranchers and admitted that he might be...

Littwin: Now the question becomes how (or if) Hickenlooper can be...

And so it begins. As long expected, failed presidential candidate John Hickenlooper is now running for the U.S. Senate despite the fact that Hick...

Littwin: Colorado GOP, with a bad case of recall fever, picks...

I didn’t know how things could possibly get worse for Colorado Republicans after their disastrous showing in the 2018 midterms, but I guess I...

Littwin: We are thankful for heroes, but we must ask why...

I hate to admit this, but I take too little comfort in the heroics of Kendrick Castillo, who took down one of the STEM...

Littwin: Facing the possibility of a measles outbreak, the governor wants...

This column was significantly updated on Friday, April 26, after Colorado Public Radio reported that Gov. Jared Polis had indicated he wouldn’t sign the...

Littwin: Whatever the state legislature decides, there is no death penalty...

The big news from the state Capitol has been not only that it’s a new day, with Democrats in charge everywhere, but with the...

Littwin: Duran shocks the Colorado political world, but maybe not in...

I can safely predict that Crisanta Duran’s decision not to jump into the Democratic Senate primary — and instead primary Diana DeGette in the...

Littwin: It wasn’t just Polis who made history — it was...

It wasn’t just Jared Polis who made history as the first openly gay man to be sworn in as governor of any state.  Most of...

Court secrecy, a handcuffed journalist, ‘Access Denied’: CFOIC’s year-in-review 2018

Two words come to mind when looking back at 2018’s government transparency highlights and lowlights in Colorado. Judicial secrecy. In June, the Colorado Supreme Court baffled many legal...