Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirMay 10, 20185min282

If you have ever used Uber or Lyft, booked a cleaning service through Handy, or ordered food from Door Dash or Instacart then you, like many Coloradans, have participated in the “gig economy.” Studies estimate that more than 10 million workers are employed in this sector and act as independent contractors – a number that is expected to continue growing.


Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 8, 20183min465

The fracking war in the Colorado legislature continued to be one of attrition, as a Republican bill to force communities to pay up if they ban oil-and-gas operations was killed by Democratic majority in the House. The Republican majority in the Senate returned the gesture by killing a Democratic bill to give more regulatory control to local governments.