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  • Trending: The 7 hottest Colorado Politics stories of the week
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    Trending: The 7 hottest Colorado Politics stories of the week

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    With newly confirmed SCOTUS justice, Coloradan Neil Gorsuch, out of the spotlight this week, attention shifted back to Colorful Colorado — and its colorful politics. Each week we crunch the numbers with a little help from Google Analytics. What were our readers most interested in? Dramatic, large-scale protests. New candidates for governor. Town hall meetings gone […]

  • Staff picks: The 5 most important stories of the week in Colorado politics
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    Staff picks: The 5 most important stories of the week in Colorado politics

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    Here are the five most important Colorado Politics stories of the past week as chosen by staffers. 1) Bennet votes to vote, then votes no on Gorsuch   Staffer’s choice: Joey Bunch, senior political correspondent In a nutshell: Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet ended weeks of speculation and debate Thursday regarding the confirmation of fellow Coloradan Neil […]

  • Trending: The 7 hottest Colorado Politics stories of the week
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    Trending: The 7 hottest Colorado Politics stories of the week

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    Priorities. They’re important, and our readers have them. How do we know? Each week the staff at Colorado Politics scours our website traffic in a bid to discover the seven most visited stories. They often center on the environment, pot and traffic woes — quintessential Colorado topics — and, interestingly enough, Ed Perlmutter. This week was no […]

  • Point, counterpoint: Should the U.S. Senate confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court?

    Point, counterpoint: Should the U.S. Senate confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court?

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    Michael Francisco The case for confirming Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court is overwhelming. Coloradoans should be proud that such an exceptionally well qualified, fair and evenhanded judge may soon be deciding the nation’s most important legal controversies. As a former 10th Circuit clerk for Chief Judge Tymkovich, I have had the good fortune of […]

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