Full-time minimum wage workers in Colorado take home less than $300 per week — not nearly enough to cover rent, pay bills and put food on the table. And yet that’s exactly what minimum wage workers, most of whom are adults, are trying to do.
In a Facebook post last week, State Sen. Laura Woods referred to Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate as “gun grabbers.”
Reporters should continue to reference Coffman’s pledge to back Trump — and seek explanation for shift
Last week, the Aurora Sentinel became the latest media outlet to point out that Rep. Mike Coffman’s spokeswoman told the Colorado Statesman in February that Coffman would “obviously” support Trump over Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
In an editorial this weekend holding out U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner as the model of the way forward for the Republican Party, The Denver Post claimed Gardner “supports comprehensive immigration reform.”
I think the GOP dodged a bullet when Joshua Hosler lost in a three-way primary. With ethics like his, it is no wonder he was favored by the Neville clan.