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Statehouse races are already burning big bucks

Most candidates for the state House and Senate won’t face off until fall, but a handful of primary races are already shaping up to...

School funding bill off to rocky start after complaints of “ambush”

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Todd Engdahl on March 28, 2016 Everybody likes the fact that the proposed 2016-17 school finance bill doesn’t increase...

Meet Colorado’s Public Defender

In recent years, Colorado Public Defender Doug Wilson has come under fire for how his office spends money. Some say the public has the...

Gessler Taps Auditor to Examine Spending at Heart of Ethics Complaint

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler appears to have had himself audited. In a witness list he sent Tuesday to the parties involved in an investigation of his discretionary spending last year, Gessler included the name of accountant Kevin Collins.

Buck budget proposals would do little to limit ‘out-of-control spending’

The Durango Herald published an interview Saturday with Colorado GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Ken Buck, asking him in part how he would propose...
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