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Editorial: Here’s why Terrell and Tamiko Davis were right to put their vacation on pause to speak out about United Airlines

Estimated read time 4 min read

The United Airlines attendant who accused Terrell Davis of hitting him during a flight to Orange County probably didn’t realize Davis is one of the [Read More…]

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Editorial: Colorado lobbyists made almost $70 million last year. Lawmakers need to start pushing back.

Estimated read time 4 min read

Colorado’s lobbyists made almost $70 million last legislative session working to influence the state’s laws, policies, and spending. The money paints a clear picture for [Read More…]

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Editorial: Water didn’t divide Twin Lakes. A developer’s greedy move alienated him and any future homeowners from the community.

Estimated read time 4 min read

Alan Elias of Austin, Texas, told The Denver Post that in the quaint mountain town of Twin Lakes, “I wish we could find peace in [Read More…]

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Editorial: Schools are getting more funding per-pupil, they should keep the best pandemic programs

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As Colorado schools face the end of federal pandemic-related funding, they should do everything possible to maintain and expand the most successful projects they launched [Read More…]

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Editorial: Someone really wants this state lawmaker out of office, but Coloradans may never know who

Estimated read time 6 min read

Someone really wants Rep. Mike Weissman, a Democrat, out of office. Coloradans will probably never know who they are or why they are spending about [Read More…]

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Editorial: With the stroke of his pen, Polis fixes 30 years of inequitable funding for rural schools

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For three decades, Colorado politicians have been trying to fix the broken school funding formula. It was inequitable, underfunded and resulted in poor school districts [Read More…]