CoPo Best of the Week: #MeToo wave, politics on stage and more

Author: Mark Harden - April 20, 2018 - Updated: April 29, 2018


Good morning. Here’s our recap of some of our best stories of the week from the Colorado Politics staff.

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> Colo. Supreme Court will review ballot challenge to Lamborn

Former Colorado State Treasurer and current Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy gestures after accepting her nomination for governor at the 2018 Colorado Democratic State Assembly at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield on April 14. (Photo by Andy Colwell for Colorado Politics)

> Will a #MeToo wave help elect a woman as Colorado governor?

> Politics on stage: New play asks audiences not to look away from veterans in trouble

> Kennedy wins top line, Polis will join Dems’ gubernatorial primary ballot

> Stapleton, Lopez win spots in GOP gov primary

> ANALYSIS: Road to Colorado’s June primaries now has a map

> How bad does Denver want Amazon HQ2? Not so bad, survey says

> General Assembly adding bills more than subtracting in waning weeks

> Madeleine Albright warns of fascism in Denver book-tour stop

> Colorado teachers rally for more money for schools, less for corporations

> Civil rights bill is heavily amended in Colo. Senate committee

Theo Wilson as DeShawn Foster in a scene from “Honorable Disorder.”
(Photo by Celia Herrera, courtesy Emancipation Theater Company.)

> Colo. politicians remember Barbara Bush for her fierce love of family, country

> Legislature could help Colorado redistricting overhaul get on the ballot

> Colorado heroin consortium to focus on dealers, not users

> Senate bill seeks to stop Hickenlooper from following Paris climate accord

> Bill would grant benefits to families of fallen local officers

> Coming to a freeway near you, maybe: Barack Obama Highway

> Rep. Mike Coffman leads ‘queen of the hill’ maneuver to get DACA debate on the floor

> School Finance Act clears first Colo. House hurdle

> Colorado House debates net neutrality versus benefits of competition

Mark Harden

Mark Harden

Mark Harden is managing editor of Colorado Politics. He previously was news director at the Denver Business Journal; city editor, online news editor, state editor, national editor and popular music critic at The Denver Post; and an editor and reporter at newspapers in the Seattle area and San Francisco.