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Tony Gioia: "The Democrats in the Colorado state legislature are at it again. In their never-ending quest to make everything 'fair,' they have passed and sent to the governor’s desk a bill regulating lease agreements for homes throughout the state. Unfortunately, as is the norm for such policy decisions, these changes will do nothing but harm the very people the Democrats claim they want to protect."

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Kat Lilley-Blair: "Senate Bill 21-173 regarding residential rental agreements is a positive move toward easing Colorado’s increasing housing crisis. Colorado ranks 46th in the nation for housing affordability with a current affordable housing shortage of more than 113,000 units. Hundreds of thousands of families in Colorado are living paycheck to paycheck while paying more than 50% of their income simply to keep a roof over their children’s heads."

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If we expect to climb out of the economic crisis that was foisted upon us by the pandemic, we will need every resident of Colorado to pitch in. But what happens when some are prohibited from doing so? That would mean we are missing out on opportunities to maximize Colorado’s recovery. Right …

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A man in Denver was driving his car and was pulled over.  When the officer contacted him, his speech was slurred, and his hands were unsteady. Suspecting the driver may be intoxicated, the officer asked the man to exit the vehicle. The man had an unsteady gait and could not keep his balance.…

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Recently, the Disability Symbol Identification Document bill (HB21-1014) was introduced in the Colorado General Assembly. The bill adds an option for a person with a disability to request that the Department of Revenue place a “disability identifier symbol” on their state driver’s license or…

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I was arrested at 15, tried and convicted as an adult at 16-years-young, and sentenced to the maximum-security prison in Canon City. Later, upon my release, I struggled to secure employment, which was a mandatory condition of my parole. Responding truthfully to the application query “Have yo…

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Coloradans love to drive their SUVs and to have the independence to drive wherever and whenever they want. I get it. It’s the American way. My husband and I alone own four vehicles, to include the 1984 Porsche my husband drove up in for our first date over 32 years ago. Ah, nostalgia.

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America’s conversation about climate change typically offers two options. One is full governmental control and the American economy’s destruction. Legislation like Colorado Senate Bill 21-200, which is currently making its way through the General Assembly, is of that kind. The other option i…