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Proposition BB could return marijuana revenue to taxpayers, marijuana consumers if not passed

Taxpayers might find a few bucks back in their pockets if Proposition BB fails Nov. 3.

Ballot Proposition BB would allow the state to continue to fund public schools and other state projects with marijuana tax revenue if passed. 940 more words


Q&A with Jared Polis: Textbook prices, U+2, marriage equality

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis visited campus Wednesday to meet with a small group of Associated Students of Colorado State University members.

Polis was first elected to Congress in 2008, and he now serves on the… 828 more words


Lynn Bartels: Colorado Politics Will Never Be the Same

This week marks the final time we Coloradans will be able to enjoy the political reporting of Lynn Bartels. She moves on to become the Communications Director for the Colorado Secretary of State’s office in August. 597 more words


Raiding the severance tax in Colorado

March 29, 2015

By Bob Cox

Some opinions, comments and links relating to what is happening in this great nation and, in particular, in Western Colorado. 603 more words


Klingenschmitt won't apologize for calling baby's death an 'act of God'

DENVER — Facing rising outrage from Democrats and his fellow Republicans, State Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt refused to apologize Thursday for his comments on his evangelical YouTube program attributing the death of an unborn child, cut out of a pregnant woman’s stomach, to an act of God. 527 more words


Compromise yields partial funding for undocumented licenses program

DENVER — A bipartisan compromise Wednesday brings to an end a long-running battle over funding for a Colorado DMV program issuing driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants. 285 more words


Unlikely alliance of far left and right roils testing reform debate

DENVER — In a session defined thus far by partisan gridlock, Colorado lawmakers and Gov. John Hickenlooper have expressed optimism about bipartisan cooperation on legislation to reform the standardized testing regimen for K-12 students. 1,168 more words