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Colorado firms conflicted on immigration debate bumping climate change bill

What do Colorado residents – both the legal and illegal ones – care more about: comprehensive climate change legislation or immigration reform? Even as blogs...

DC’s climate change power brokers

Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) will drop their climate change bill this month. Although success will depend on action and support from the Senate as a whole, key individuals inside and outside the halls of Congress will shape the legislation and steer it through the political and public relations minefields it will have to navigate successfully in order to pass into law. Here is a list of the ten climate legislation champions at the heart of the battle.

Aspen Chamber, U.S. Chamber still clashing over climate change bill

Aspen’s ongoing war of words with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce continued this week, with a Chamber rep standing his ground on climate change...

Senate health bill may encourage discrimination

You're a good worker but your heart rate and blood sugar are high. Sorry, according to the provisions of the Senate health care bill,...

Polis parks his millions at Goldman and at Merrill

Roll Call posted its list of the 50 richest members of Congress. Eleven freshman members made the list. Number six? Our own Boulder web-millionaire,...

Democrats come out swinging

The gloves came off. A line was drawn in the sand. While the first night of the Democratic National Convention was about family, and the second night emphasized party unity, then the third night is best described as a political beat down. The list of Democratic heavyweights included President Bill Clinton, John Kerry and Barack Obama's new running mate Sen. Joe Biden. All three attacked the Republican Party, John McCain and America's current direction.

John Kerry rips on the ‘myth of the maverick’

John Kerry came out swinging hard on behalf of Sen. Barack Obama Wednesday night, countering many of the Republican attacks that he failed to aggressively defend himself against four years ago.
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