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Punching & Polling: New CO Republican Leader Wants GOP To Be ‘More Like the Tea Party’
As the newly elected Chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, Dave Williams is making the obligatory rounds of the state’s numerous conservative talk radio shows. For the past two weeks, he’s been introducing himself to the party faithful, sharing his vision for revamping the state GOP, and taking some tough questions from the likes of George Brauchler, Deborah Flora, Dan Caplis, Peter Boyles and other mic-wielding Republicans from both wings of his party.
Will There Ever Be Justice for the Iraq War?
The wars in Iraq and Ukraine may differ, but both speak to the tragic realities of war. They also make a strong case for strengthening the rule of law instead of undermining it through flimsy pretexts for endless militarism.
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Unleashed: The Heidi Ganahl Grievance Hour
Heidi Ganahl, who was trounced by Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) in November’s election, launched her new weekly podcast, “Unleashed,” at Wide Open Saloon in Sedalia on Tuesday. Billed as “exposing what Is REALLY going on behind the curtain in Colorado,” Ganahl’s inaugural episode featured guests Danny Moore, her former running mate, Erin Lee, a “mad mom,” Gregory Carlson, former president of CU’s College Republicans, and Jimmy Sengenberger, a KNUS radio host and Gazette contributor.
TRANSforming Gender Conference Returns to CU Boulder
As state legislatures across the country are considering — and often passing — laws to limit access to gender-affirming health care and ban drag performances, the University of Colorado Boulder hosted the 17th annual TRANSforming Gender Conference this weekend. The free conference, which featured nearly 50 panels and workshops, raises awareness about issues and identities in the trans community, bringing together members of the LGBTQ community and allies to attend talks, trainings and forums on a wide variety of topics.
How a Red-State Exodus From an Interstate Voter Database May Impact Colorado Voter Rolls
By William Oster, Colorado Newsline
Can State Lawmakers Find Common Ground on Colorado’s Fiscal Needs?
Even as performative partisan politics played out on the House floor last Thursday, something subtle and encouraging was happening in committee rooms where the real work of legislating and governing happens in full public view.
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Who Is To Blame For the Overdose Crisis?
Who is to blame? Who is to blame for thousands of preventable overdose deaths every year? Who is to blame for the sudden loss of a loved one, sometimes after a single pill?