Kelly Sloan

Paula Noonan

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From a party discipline standpoint, this year’s House chamber proceeded as in the recent past. Democrats stuck together and Republicans didn’t. This result is no secret. Since Republicans lost both chambers and the governor’s office, the party has split in two on many issues. Democrats only …

Hal Bidlack

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A recent Colorado Politics story reminded me of the difficult questions that arise when the issue is free speech. A federal appeals court is hearing arguments in a case involving the age-old question of what speech is protected under the Constitution, and what speech is not. I’ve ranted on t…

Jimmy Sengenberger

Miller Hudson

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With the Legislature adjourned for another year, we can focus our full attention on the 2022 midterm elections. How lucky can we be? Truth be told, at least for Colorado, that may prove a dull exercise. Republicans appear intent on pursuing their recent strategy of choosing certain electoral…

Jon Caldara