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October 21, 2017

The Coloradoan: A cautious yes on Fort Collins broadband

We encourage Fort Collins voters to approve Ballot Question 2B and allow the city to establish its own fiber optic gigabit internet service.

October 21, 2017

The Denver Post: How to fix Obamacare

Our nation reached a critical juncture in history where Republicans are poised — after waiting seven years for their turn — to try to fix what’s wrong with America’s health insurance system.

October 21, 2017

The Colorado Springs Gazette: City should collect what’s owed and hire more cops

The police chief gutted the gang task force because of tight finances. We are down more than 100 officers needed to properly protect a city this size.

October 20, 2017

The Denver Post: Scouts overreact in kicking out a Cub for pointed questions

Surprising news that a Broomfield Cub Scout has been kicked out of his den after he asked pointed questions of state Sen. Vicki Marble is troubling indeed. Certainly, exiling the fifth grader from his peers strikes us as an unnecessary and hurtful overreaction.


October 20, 2017

Let Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ rest in peace

The Environmental Protection Agency has published official notice of plans to withdraw the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan (CPP). States will no longer be required to meet the specific carbon emission goals mandated by the CPP and will be free to develop their own goals and emission standards for power plants.

October 19, 2017

THE PODIUM: New study on Lakewood ballot measure reveals high cost of anti-growth agenda

Colorado has one of the strongest economies in the country, but we all know living in a growing state can be challenging. I’ll be the first to complain about traffic congestion, for example, and the first to demand more investment in our infrastructure.

October 19, 2017

FEEDBACK: Requiem for a lobbyist; water, and more

Thank you for your coverage on the passing of Wally Stealey.  I’m one of the last, standing partners who worked closely with Wally in his practice.  As you report, Wally is famous for his efforts to launch many a politician, and even played a pivotal role in the career of Ted Trimpa.  Not just a king maker, Wally shaped Colorado’s legal fabric — perhaps more than any elected official.  Here’s a short list of some of his work: