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Target: Colorado. Can a ‘Centrist Project’ break the power of political parties here? They’re trying.
June 22, 2017 / No Comments

A group of centrist political strategists have moved into Colorado with the aim of installing enough independent lawmakers into power in next year’s elections to deny political […] > read more

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As Denver gentrifies, which neighborhoods are losing public school students?
June 22, 2017 / No Comments

As more young adults move to Denver and the cost of housing skyrockets, some city neighborhoods are seeing drops in the percentages of people of […] > read more

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The Home Front: Criminal case against ex-CU assistant football coach stalls over cell phone access
June 22, 2017 / No Comments

“The criminal case against Joe Tumpkin, the former University of Colorado assistant football coach accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, has stalled as attorneys fight over […] > read more

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Wiretap: It looks like the Senate health care bill could be as “mean” as the House bill
June 22, 2017 / No Comments

The Senate health care bill will finally go public today, but The Washington Post got an early look at what will certainly be a divisive […] > read more

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Debate over fossil fuels or renewables imperils funding for state energy office
June 21, 2017 / No Comments

The money necessary to continue most of the operations of the Colorado Energy Office, which has been instrumental in promoting non-fossil fuel energy for the […] > read more

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PHOTOS: Denver celebrates World Refugee Day
June 21, 2017 / No Comments

Coloradans from across the globe gathered on the steps of the State Capitol in downtown Denver yesterday to celebrate World Refugee Day, a time to […] > read more

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The Home Front | Hickenlooper to refugees: ‘Whatever else is happening, Colorado is here for you’
June 21, 2017 / No Comments

“Colorado’s governor, refugees and the volunteers who help them re-create their lives marked World Refugee Day on Tuesday with a state Capitol celebration tempered by […] > read more

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Denver’s student discipline policy will limit suspensions and expulsions in early grades
June 21, 2017 / No Comments

The Denver school board voted unanimously Monday to revise its student discipline policy to limit suspensions and expulsions of preschool through third-grade students. Although some […] > read more

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Wiretap: Why the Georgia special election matters so much (even if it shouldn’t)
June 20, 2017 / 1 Comment

The Georgia special-election House race has, as expected, turned into a referendum on Trump and on Trump’s chances to push his domestic policy through Congress. […] > read more

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This church is offering sanctuary to immigrants in one of America’s most conservative cities
June 20, 2017 / 1 Comment

A national movement of clergy in the Trump-era offering their churches as safe harbors for immigrants has taken hold in Colorado’s second largest city— and […] > read more

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Threats, attacks and thrown chairs: DPS fields concerns about effort to reduce early childhood suspensions
June 19, 2017 / 2 Comments

One 6-year-old Denver student told his pregnant teacher he was going to kick her to kill her unborn baby. A first-grader tried to stab her […] > read more

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Neighbors clash over a Colorado chicken farm
June 19, 2017 / 1 Comment

After years of wrangling and weeks of trial, a jury says a huge chicken farm can stay put in western Colorado. This complicated trespass case […] > read more