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Colorado Politics - The Big Updates

Denver Developments

Legislative aid helps keep tuition flat at Colorado's community colleges

The cost of community college will remain the same in Colorado, after the state system's governing board voted Wednesday to keep tuition fl… Read more

Tony Exum Jr. to headline telethon to fight Denver gun violence

The Mending Roots Forest Project hopes to plant 200 trees to remember young people killed by guns in Denver. The living memorial in northeast Park Hill would be called the Mending Roots Forest. Read more

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Conservation easement reparations bill wins unanimous support from Senate Finance Committee

The wait may finally be near an end for hundreds of farmers and ranchers whose livelihoods have hung in the balance for more than a decade … Read more

Federal court upholds seizure of rancher's malnourished horses

Probable cause existed for the seizure of a Park County rancher’s malnourished and dying horses in the midst of a brutal cold snap, a feder… Read more

Colorado Politics Daily Opinion

THE PODIUM | 'Eco-bullies' should put up or shut up

Barney Strobel: "The climate impacts we are experiencing in Colorado are a result of global warming caused by emissions from countries around the world. All emissions, including those from Colorado, contribute to global warming, but Colorado produces only about 120 million tons of CO2 equivalents, or only about 0.21% of the 2019 total Global GHG of 57,400 million tons." Read more

OPINION | Public option a life saver for small business

Sarita Parikh: "I’m surprised that I have to defend legislation that would help more entrepreneurs access quality health care. Unfortunately, it’s necessary because the debate over this matter has turned into a political fight fueled by deep-pocketed special interests that are more concerned with profits than with helping small businesses thrive." Read more