Paula NoonanPaula NoonanJuly 11, 20185min569

Democratic women vote. Pay attention.  That’s the biggest message from the recent Colorado primary. Democrats and Dem-leaning unaffiliated voters as a whole outvoted the GOP 56% to 44% by the numbers. Democratic women outvoted Democratic men 60% to 40%.  Democratic women outvoted GOP women 58% to 42%. Democratic women outvoted GOP men 56% to 44%.  It’s unprecedented.


Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirNovember 16, 20174min585

On behalf of the Colorado Nonprofit Association, I want to share that the Colorado Nonprofit Association board of directors has officially stated its opposition to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (H.R. 1) now pending in Congress. Our board’s official statement can be found here:


Tom RamstackTom RamstackNovember 11, 201610min319

The Obama administration recently gave an unintentional boost to opponents of government-subsidized health care, such as Colorado's proposed amendment for universal health insurance that failed voters' approval this week. Affordable Care Act insurance premiums will rise an average of 22 percent in 2017, according to a White House announcement. The act, also known as Obamacare, was supposed to lower the cost of health insurance when it was enacted in 2010.


Colorado PoliticsColorado PoliticsOctober 27, 20162min581

I support ColoradoCare, or Amendment 69, because it will provide access to affordable, quality health care for all Coloradans. This matters to the families of Coloradans who die each year because they don’t have health insurance; to those declaring bankruptcy because they can’t pay medical bills; to those who pay ever higher premiums for increasing deductibles and more limited benefits; to health care providers who deal with more paperwork and red tape to provide patients the care they need. We can change that situation by voting YES on Amendment 69 to implement a nonprofit, resident-owned, nongovernmental health care financing system designed to ensure comprehensive health care for all Coloradans.