Dermot Murphy, finance professor at the University of Illinois Chicago and co-author of an economic news report, told KGNU the real impact that dying newspapers have on cities across […]
https://kgnu-news.objects-us-east-1.dream.io/2018/07/07-10-18%20CoRising.mp3 This November voters in Colorado could be deciding on a statewide ballot measure that would significantly increase set backs from fracking rigs. Initiative 97, […]
Colorado’s water law is almost as old as the state itself, and since its inception, it has centered on the idea that water is most […]
Listen to voices from the Denver rally including an interview with the Flobots who performed: On Saturday June 30th, at Civic Center Park in Denver […]
Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton will face off in November’s gubernatorial race. Polis got nearly 45% of the Democratic votes in the primary with Cary Kennedy […]
Last week’s 8 to 1 decision by the Supreme Court in the Perriera v Sessions case could provide immigrants with tools to fight the Trump […]
2018 is the first year that unaffiliated voters get to participate in the primary elections, but that’s not the only big change in election law here in Colorado. Caroline Fry of Colorado Common Cause says another significant development that went into effect this year is automatic voter registration.
June 26th at 7pm is the deadline for voters to return primary ballots. Mircalla Wozniak with the Boulder County Clerk and Recorders office gave KGNU a tour of their facility where votes will be counted and ballots will be tracked.