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The U.S. Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed Olympic reform legislation that will demand greater accountability from the Colorado Springs-based U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee and is meant to transform a culture that has allowed sexual abuse of athletes like that perpetrated by Dr. Larry Nassar to proliferate. Continue Reading

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In an observation echoing national election forecasters, a number of seasoned politicos with roots in the sprawling district told Colorado Politics that Mitsch Bush’s chances of moving the seat into the Democratic column are better than they would have been had the less flamboyant Tipton had won the nomination, but it’ll still be a tough lift among the 3rd CD’s largely rural and smaller-town voters. Continue Reading

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Eric Sondermann: "For the benefit of those few people who are reported to have moved here in the intervening years, Dick Lamm was elected to three terms as Colorado’s Governor, serving from 1975 to 1987. As a politician, he was truly an original, combining intellectualism and populism with a tell-it-like-it-is candor that one can only imagine in the current age of Twitter." Continue Reading