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  • Republican turns to ‘Working Girl’ in defense of PERA board modification
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    Republican turns to ‘Working Girl’ in defense of PERA board modification

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    A debate in the Senate Tuesday on the composition of the PERA board bizarrely devolved into a competition over Wall Street movies and charges of age discrimination. Sadly, Carly Simon was not singing “Let the River Run” as a soundtrack to the debate, which was the case in the 1988 romantic comedy-drama “Working Girl.” Speaking […]

  • Williams’s notification bill for breast exams gets bipartisan backing in Senate
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    Williams’s notification bill for breast exams gets bipartisan backing in Senate

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    State Sen. Angela Williams knows that early detection can make a life-or-death difference in battling breast cancer, and she believes a better understanding of the individual risk factors — like breast-tissue density — faced by women could save more lives. That’s why the Denver Democrat’s Senate Bill 142, which passed the Senate today with overwhelming, bipartisan support, would require facilities providing […]

  • The Aurora Sentinel editorial: It’s all about jobs — Trumps disastrous immigration ‘fix’ misses the point
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    The Aurora Sentinel editorial: It’s all about jobs — Trumps disastrous immigration ‘fix’ misses the point

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    While the nascent Trump administration and a large band of tea-party Republicans might feel like they’re finally straightening out America’s immigration quagmire, they’re rapidly making a bad situation much worse — and refusing to admit the obvious. This mess is why Congress and the White House previously came so close to enacting comprehensive immigration reform. […]

  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: There are other call centers out there; let’s persuade them to move to Pueblo

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    Pueblo received some bad news last week as Express Scripts announced it will close its 300-worker customer service call center in Pueblo’s Midtown shopping center in April. A spokesman for the company said the pharmacy benefits manager operation will close because more clients are using the company’s online services. Therefore, fewer utilize call centers. Pueblo […]

  • The Colorado Springs Gazette editorial: Sen. Bennet should support Neil Gorsuch
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    The Colorado Springs Gazette editorial: Sen. Bennet should support Neil Gorsuch

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    Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet has battled loyalty concerns for years. Critics blasted him for voting with President Barack Obama “99 percent of the time,” without much regard for whether those decisions best suited Colorado. Fair or not, the charges affected the senator’s approval ratings. In November, Bennet defeated a county commissioner with low statewide name […]

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