This week, a group of health researchers insisted that Colorado maintain its government-knows-best COVID-19 strategy through at least mid-May, claiming more time for more vaccinations. Modelers at the Colorado School of Public Health confidently insist hospitalizations and deaths will rise if restrictions are eased prematurely. Meanwhile, Douglas County’s Board of County Commissioners unanimously withdrew from […]

Let’s be real: Colorado’s roads suck.  We’re long overdue for improvements of our crumbling roads and bridges; in some places, expansions or new construction are necessary.  But as with anything government does, you have to pay for it somehow.  Leading Democratic legislators are gearing up to drive a sweeping, $4 billion transportation bill.  Reports indicate […]

When Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that Coors Field will host this year’s All-Star Game, Coloradans celebrated. Come mid-July and for the first time since 1998, we will be home plate for an annual extravaganza that excites baseball fans everywhere — giving Denver the attention Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock seek. It will […]

Yesterday, Colorado’s independent congressional redistricting commission voted to remove Republican Danny Moore from his position as chairman, with cries ongoing for his dismissal from the commission altogether. While the commissioners have the right to choose their leadership from among their 12 members, they should not expel Moore from the board. The decision to revoke his […]

If you listen to Denver school board member Tay Anderson and his lawyer, Christopher Decker, you might think the media is so “hungry” that it has “run away” with allegations of sexual assault against Anderson. If that’s true, it’s a first for Denver’s media, which have steered clear of any negative press about, or real […]

As terror swept over Boulder on Monday afternoon, all of Colorado watched in horror at what was happening. For hours, we simply knew there was an “active shooter situation” at the King Soopers on Table Mesa, with hundreds of law enforcement officers and first responders on the scene. Speculation gripped social media, with grim answers […]

Tomorrow, Colorado’s public health department is expected to ease the statewide mask mandate and loosen restrictions on outdoor gatherings, bars, restaurants, offices and more.  This is part of yet another change in the state’s revolving “COVID Dial,” arguably the greatest source of uncertainty for businesses across the state. While the move is most welcome — and long […]

In 2013, Colorado became the third state to implement statewide vote-by-mail – meaning we’ve had extensive experience leading the nation when it comes to mail-ballot elections. Since then, Colorado has improved and enhanced our system, learning from mistakes and generating more best-practices. On a few occasions (such as SB17-305 and HB19-1278), we’ve made significant reforms […]

Two hundred and seventy years ago today, on March 16, 1751, James Madison was born. Madison would eventually serve as the fourth president of the United States (1809-1817), but his most significant contributions to the American republic predated his presidency. Due to his pivotal role in shaping our nation’s Constitution and in drafting the first 10 […]

It was a bright and sunny June morning. Running a little behind getting out of the house, I moved with purpose to my car…but it was nowhere to be found. My vehicle was stolen – subsumed into the reported 70.6% increase in motor vehicle theft cases in Aurora last year. In the broader Denver-Metro area, […]


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