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Marianne GoodlandMarch 21, 20186min339

In the past month, Senate and House Republicans, as well as then-Rep. Steve Lebsock, have called into question reports that found allegations against those accused of sexual harassment credible. Colorado Politics recently sat down with Kim Koy, the vice president in charge of the legal division of the Employers Council, which conducted the investigations and came up with the reports, to discuss their process and how they determine credibility.


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Marianne GoodlandOctober 14, 20177min803
The Trump administration’s move to scuttle the national Clean Power Plan will have little effect on climate-change efforts or coal jobs in Colorado. Nonetheless, both sides in the Colorado debate brought the heat last week after Scott Pruitt, the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, said “the war on coal is over.” It’s been […]

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Marianne GoodlandNovember 13, 201510min309
Impresario. It’s an old Italian word you don’t hear very often, designating someone who made sure the public had entrée to the arts. Donald Seawell may be gone, but generations of Coloradans to continue to benefit from Denver’s premier impresario. “We were in awe of him,” says Dean Singleton, executive board chairman of MediaNews Group […]

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Marianne GoodlandNovember 13, 20159min385
The state water plan is just a week away from being finalized, but last-minute suggestions are still coming in, including a letter from the interim Water Resources Review Committee. One of those is from state Rep. J. Paul Brown, R-Ignacio, suggesting a storage solution for the South Platte River that could provide about a half-million […]

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Marianne GoodlandNovember 10, 20159min470
Denver has 1,000 marijuana licenses in 440 unique locations, according to Ashley Kilroy, executive director of marijuana policy for the city. And she says that’s might be enough. Kilroy told an audience of public safety officials and their supporters last week that the city is “getting to the point of being oversaturated” and also could […]

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