A review of the lighter side, usually, of what happens at the state Capitol. Getting a little hard to find the humor of things these days… That said, off to the races. Bet you’ve never seen something like this before…The picture below shows a center cut from a tree that played an important role […]
My family has lived in the Columbine High School neighborhood since 1983. Like House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, everyone in my family, my next door neighbors, and my block felt the horror of so much tragedy and heartbreak so close to home.
A significant bill with bipartisan momentum could make it easier for college students to transfer to other state schools. Senate Bill 69 passed the upper chamber Friday on a 33-0 vote, so it bounces to the House to start the process there. It’s sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert of Parker and Sen. Rachel […]
Here’s something I bet you haven’t heard anywhere else: The Colorado House and Senate each could flip next year. OK, maybe you’ve heard half that. The Republicans hold just a one-seat edge in the 35-member Senate, which will see 17 seats on the ballot next year. But the House? Democrats enjoy a nine-seat majority in […]