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November 18, 2017

Denver Post: Who’s minding the store on satellites and space junk?

There’s a veritable traffic jam up there, and advances in miniaturization like the devices used in CU’s planned study, are quickly adding to the congestion.

November 18, 2017

Aurora Sentinel: Coffman belies image of politically moderate fiscal conservative in supporting tax bill

While there are some promising elements to Trump’s GOP-sponsored tax reform bill, it is provably both fiscally irresponsible and outright injurious…

November 18, 2017

Boulder Daily Camera: State Rep. Steve Lebsock alone is responsible for his behavior

Lebsock would best serve his constituents if he, and this scandal enveloping him, did not return for the 2018 legislative session.

November 18, 2017

Gazette: City needs red light cameras for safety

It should be clear that security cameras are in use all around the Springs, whether it’s in businesses, parking lots or downtown streets…Why should the city’s intersections be any different?


November 17, 2017

NOONAN: Market-based pay, reform agenda repudiated in DougCo school board race

Looks like Grace Davis got the last word in Douglas County over the school board election.  The conservative, pro-voucher board turned over.  Board candidates who support local school funding for public schools won the day.

November 16, 2017

THE PODIUM: We’re proud of our work, we care about Colorado — and we’ll push back at our critics

I am proud to work in oil and gas. I am proud to be part of an industry that provides our state, country and world with energy and improves lives. And I am proud to work for an organization whose members are truly committed to giving back to the communities where they live and work.

November 16, 2017

FEEDBACK: Tax reform, health care reform and George Brauchler

On behalf of the Colorado Nonprofit Association, I want to share that the Colorado Nonprofit Association board of directors has officially stated its opposition to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (H.R. 1) now pending in Congress. Our board’s official statement can be found here: