Capitol Coverage: Colorado Primary Preview

This Tuesday’s primary election will narrow down Colorado’s gubernatorial race from eight to two major party candidates – who will go on to compete in the general election. Our statehouse reporter Bente Birkeland has more. This is the first primary […]

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Civil Rights Commission Signed

The commission handles civil rights cases. It was up for a review and initially both Republicans and Democrats disagreed on how it should look. Democrats didn’t want to make any changes, while Republicans had a number of requests – including […]

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Transportation Bill Headed to Governor

The Republicans top priority bill of the session is now headed to the Governor. As Bente Birkeland reports, the measure involved intense negotiations between both parties.   Senate Bill 1 adds nearly 500 million dollars for transportation in the next […]

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Dr. Daniel Ellsberg’s Nuclear Winter

Dr. Daniel Ellsberg is a former high level defense analyst known as the legendary whistle-blower who revealed the Pentagon Papers. While working at the Rand Corporation, he turned top secret documents over to The New York Times  and Washington Post, The papers […]

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OutSources: Adri Norris’ exhibit “Women Behaving Badly”

Presenting news and information from the local GLBT community and beyond. “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” –  Laura Thatcher Ulrich Adri Norris’ exhibit prompted this show about one LBGTQ artist and two LGBTQ political hopefuls who are emblematic of why […]

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The Labor Exchange: Unions and Women’s History Month

Keara Fenzel, Political Director, Colorado AFL-CIO and Bre Andrews, Legislative & Policy Director, Colorado AFL-CIO join host Dennis Creese. The topic of this edition is Labor & Political Issues 2018: Colorado Legislature, Precinct caucus, Women’s History Month, Janus V. AFSCME, […]

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Capitol Conversation: Transportation Measure Up In Senate

The transportation bill backed by Senate Republicans in Colorado gets its first hearing on Tuesday. Statehouse reporter Bente Birkeland talked to Ed Sealover with the Denver Business Journal and Marianne Goodland with Colorado Politics about that and other issues as […]

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The Labor Exchange: Claire Levy – The State of Working Colorado

This week’s guest on the Labor Exchange is Claire Levy, Exec. Director of the Colorado Center for Law & Policy. She spoke with host Dennis Creese about the state of working Colorado. https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2018/01/LX_01-08-18.mp3   The Labor Exchanges airs every other Monday […]

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