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Mask mandates work! Efforts are needed to mitigate the surge in COVID-19 cases in our state and address capacity issues in our hospital systems across Colorado. The most recent modeling report from the Colorado School of Public Health identifies, “immediate increases in transmission control …

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While school funding has grown in Colorado over the past two decades, teacher salaries have actually gone down, when adjusted for inflation. How we spend money on education in Colorado is deeply flawed.

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The passage of HB21–1055 allows school districts to compensate members of their school boards and not exceed $150 per day for official board duties, which is in the purview of local districts to decide. This decision is now in the hands of local school boards across Colorado.

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We live in a world of energy. The days of candle lanterns and wood fires are largely gone, except for nostalgic trips to the family cabin. Now we have a need for readily available and relatively inexpensive electricity. Without it, our lives grind to a halt.

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There’s no way around it: Colorado has an affordable housing crisis. From skyrocketing home and condo prices to families paying as much as half of their income in rent, Coloradans are getting squeezed.

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This year’s ballot not only has important school board and city council races on it, but it also has statewide ballot measures that could have a lasting impact on all of us. One of those measures is Proposition 120, which would cut property taxes across the state.