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Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman fed some crow to his adversaries on the Aurora City Council last week. An Arapahoe County District judge issued a preliminary injunction in the mayor’s lawsuit against the city over a new campaign finance law Coffman says violates freedom of speech. Read more

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It’s not the first time the General Assembly has tried to pull a fast one on the electorate — by way of an end run on what voters enacted at the ballot box. But it might be the first time lawmakers have connived to get away with it in advance. That’s right, before the public even has had a c… Read more

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A Herald reader wrote recently of the semantics of housing, pointing out the many ways housing for people of low-to-moderate incomes has been described over the years. Read more

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We had hoped never to revisit such tragedy in our communities — not to mention so soon after the March 22 rampage that claimed 10 lives at a Boulder supermarket. And yet our state was blindsided by its second mass shooting in as many months early last Sunday, on Mother’s Day, this time in Co… Read more

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Probably most recall efforts against public officeholders in Colorado have been as unwarranted as they have been unsuccessful. Ideally, a petition drive to launch a recall election is a fitting response only to credible evidence of bona fide malfeasance in office. A recall is not intended me… Read more

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A seemingly intractable lack of diversity blemishes the otherwise strong reputation of the University of Colorado's flagship campus in Boulder. Throwbacks looking for immersion into white, homogenous, coercionist groupthink need look no farther than the Boulder campus to find Nirvana. Read more