Election officials on Friday tore into a suggestion by the co-chair of a White House commission on election fraud that Colorado voters withdrawing their registration might have something to hide.
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There is a lot of talk in the state house these days about taxes — from tax hikes on marijuana and new taxes for improved transportation to reduced taxes on business personal property and even eliminating taxes on some personal hygiene products. However, lawmakers may want to add one more tax-related issue to this robust […]
We were disappointed to read the opinion column about the Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS) by Pam Long. Her opinion column misrepresented CIIS, which provides an enormous benefit to Colorado’s families. Vaccines save many thousands of lives in the U.S. every year, and CIIS is a vital tool to maintain high immunization coverage and protect […]