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  • Editorial: Be careful with fee hike for hunting and fishing

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    Hunters and anglers in Colorado rely on Colorado Parks and Wildlife to maintain habitat and keep the state’s lakes and reservoirs stocked. So paying license fees makes sense. In fact, it’s critical for them to pay their way, because the department is funded without tax dollars. But the prospect of 50 percent increases in the […]

  • Editorial: Don’t shortchange lifeline for abused children

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    There were more than 1,000 reported instances of child abuse or neglect in Larimer County in 2016. In the same year, 43 percent of the county’s roughly 90 caseworkers left their jobs. Compare that with a turnover rate of 12 percent in Weld County and 14 percent in Boulder County. Put the two data points […]

  • The Fort Collins Coloradoan editorial: CSU can lead others on gender equity

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    Colorado State University, home to more than 30,000 students and more than 7,000 employees, released two revealing reports recently. The first, a qualitative study, found “institutionalized gender inequity” for female workers on the Fort Collins campus. The study was years in the making and detailed a workplace where women face fear of retaliation, sexist insinuations and […]

  • New Colorado Springs City Council starting off with a sense of balance and purpose
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    New Colorado Springs City Council starting off with a sense of balance and purpose

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    Nine distinctive personalities and political perspectives comprise a new Colorado Springs City Council that appears likely to provide effective checks and balances with one another and with Mayor John Suthers’ administration, political leaders say. An ideologically diverse council takes office April 18 – a dynamic that’s long played out in a city where majority blocs […]

  • The Fort Collins Coloradoan editorial: Show your work, Fort Collins Police Services

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    Roughly two weeks ago, the public received a summary of findings from an external investigation into the police department in Fort Collins. The city-commissioned investigation found racial discrimination within Fort Collins Police Services. The investigation was required per terms of a $425,000 settlement of a lawsuit filed in 2016 by two police officers who alleged discrimination […]

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