Remember that open U.S. attorney slot in Denver that the Trump administration had to fill? Still open. But it looks like the president’s people are getting closer to making a pick. A source who has been involved in the selection process says the White House has narrowed it down to four finalists. All are familiar names in […]
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State Rep. Faith Winter, a Westminster Democrat, celebrated a birthday on Sunday and took the occasion to announce she’s running in next year’s election for the Senate District 24 seat held by state Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik, a Thornton Republican, in a race that could determine which party controls the chamber.
Colorado’s population in 1992 was 3.5 million. Census projections put the state’s population in 2017 at 5.5 million. In 1992, 812,308 citizens — 53.68 percent of voters — said yes to the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR), and 700,906 citizens — 46.32 percent of voters — said no. Not to make too fine a point, […]
Colorado is facing an affordable housing crisis as both the demand and the cost of entry-level homes continues to skyrocket, while housing construction, particularly in the areas of condominiums, remains largely nonexistent. Some have argued the absence of affordable housing construction, which condominiums and starter single-family homes provide, is simply due to a lack of […]