November 17, 2017 Ernest LuningErnest Luning

Democrat Cary Kennedy says she’s running for governor to spread opportunity throughout Colorado

Cary Kennedy loves this place. Over there is a field where she played high school sports, and there’s the cross-country course her daughter runs. She grew up nearby, attending Manual High School. Off in the distance, catching the sun, that’s the gold dome of the state Capitol, where she spent four years as state treasurer, and before that worked as policy director for the House Democrats.

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November 17, 2017

Steamboat Today: Every vote counts

If you’ve ever doubted that every vote counts, the Hayden School District bond issue ballot measure proves you wrong.

November 17, 2017

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Not tax deductible

U.S. Rep. Ken Buck has the right idea, even if it appears a bit politically motivated.

November 17, 2017

The Pueblo Chieftain: Bigger, not better

According to recently updated projections, Colorado Springs will overtake Denver as the state’s largest city by the middle of this century. The State Demography Office forecasts that Colorado will add the equivalent of another Denver metro area between now and 2050, bringing the state’s total population to 8.46 million.

November 17, 2017

The Colorado Springs Gazette: Study the foam, but start with a hearing

This week brought good news for residents of Widefield, Fountain and Security, who consumed water likely tainted for decades by a toxic firefighting foam used at nearby Peterson Air Force Base.


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: