Marijuana legalization was among the big winners in this year’s elections.
In a recent Colorado Public Radio interview, host Ryan Warner told Gov. John Hickenlooper that Jeff Hays, Colorado’s Republican Party leader, likened Democrats to pigs who will over-indulge (pass unpopular legislation) and then become fat hogs who will get slaughtered (thrown out of office by voters).
“Cyber Monday” is coming up — get out there and buy stuff!
At the end of the election, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner jetted around rural Colorado with Walker Stapleton, who was the flailing Republican nominee for governor.
Denver Mayor Hancock: Let’s Remove The Stain Of Slavery From The Fine Print Of Colorado’s Constitution
This guest editorial from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock first appeared in Colorado Politics.
I’m a trans woman, and I’m terrified.
It’s past time for reporters to start asking more key Colorado candidates where they stand on Trump.
Rape and sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking are pervasive problems in our society. No community is unaffected. Recognizing this, Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in 1994 to improve the nation’s response to gender-based violence. It has been reauthorized three times since then, in 2000, 2005, and 2013; each reauthorization made vital improvements to previous law. VAWA is up for reauthorization again, providing us with the opportunity to make modest but meaningful improvements to strengthen protections for victims, especially those who are most vulnerable.
Denver bottom-feeding radio host Peter Boyles is suggesting if Donald Trump gets impeached, “it’s going to go bad” because “the military is going to side with Trump,” and people in red states, who have more guns than folks in blue states, will rise up in violent revolution.
Writers love to add stuff after they’re done writing something, but usually they tweak rather than blow up their work with a completely new idea.