Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
With implementation problems stacking up for the Affordable Care Act, it will be interesting to see how moderate voters react in the 2014 election, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
When trying to figure out what political issues we’ll be talking about 40 years from now, it’s easiest to look back 40 years ago for a guide.
Among all of the contentious issues in Colorado, the hottest debate around are the school board races in Douglas County, and they are about set to a major political precedent in Colorado.
Can a new kind of campaign strategy, based on subtlety and simplicity, convince Colorado voters to approve a nearly $1 billion tax increase?
By appealing to the federal government to allow Colorado to pay for the opening of Rocky Mountain National Park, Gov. John Hickenlooper may have reinvigorated more than the tourist season for Estes Park.
The Federal Government shutdown is making major headlines right now, but how much of this will Colorado voters remember 13 months from now?
Will Republican state lawmakers read too much into the success of the recall elections and overplay their hand on gun issues?
Even though he only served as Colorado’s Governor for two years, John Vanderhoof made an incredible difference in the history of our state and should be remembered as a courageous leader.
Celebrating five years as a blogger this year this week has shown me that when it comes to energy and environmental politics in Colorado, it’s the same as it ever was.
As the cleanup and recovery continue, how shall Colorado’s elected leaders react and handle the plethora of issues that have been created by the recent devastating floods?