Headlines: July 28, 2017

VIOLATING OPEN RECORDS ACT NOW OK It’s been on the books since the state legislature adopted the Colorado Open Records Act, or CORA, nearly a half-century […]

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Headines: July 26, 2017

Colorado’s Republican candidates for governor sounded off with frustration this week as members of Congress tried to repeal and replace — or just repeal— Obamacare. George […]

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Headlines: July 24, 2017

Those who oppose the legalization of marijuana are losing the battle, says the nation’s first drug czar, William Bennett, who served in that capacity under President George H.W. Bush and as Secretary of Education under President Ronald Reagan. The 22,000-student Greeley-Evans school district in northern Colorado will join the 55,000-student Cherry Creek district in suburban Denver in adopting later high school start times this fall. The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission, which is charged with reviewing violations of the state’s ethics laws, today gave state Sen. Vicki Marble of Fort Collins until September to hire attorneys to defend her on an ethics complaint.

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