Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
Now that the Oil and Gas Task Force did its job and provided proposals for regulating fracking in Colorado, the inevitable race to the ballot box begins.
Colorado Senate Republicans are making a firm stand on a budget bill amendment, but they may be gambling far more than they realize.
The overreaction to the Denver Police non-interference protest policy ignores the value of patience and calm in the face of tense emotional moments.
The negative headlines made by rogue cops in 2014 are now fueling new public policy proposals in Denver and the Colorado Legislature in 2015.
Colorado Republican lawmakers kept their campaign promise of addressing the 2013 gun control laws with seven new bills, but with five of them defeated quickly, what’s the real strategy behind the move?
With a Coloradan making national headlines this week for being arrested for his 12th DUI, it’s time for the Colorado Legislature to finally pass a Felony DUI bill.
We’re only three months away from Denver’s Municipal Elections and even though six seats are up for grabs on a very influential council, the races have yet to make many headlines.
As jury selection begins in Arapahoe County this week, it’s time Colorado looks at jury reform to protect those called to a sacred and important civic duty.
Former Gov. Roy Romer gave some uncomfortable and likely unwelcome advice to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his second term = start a movement to repeal TABOR.
While it might be a challenge, if state lawmakers can arrive at a simple and basic idea, they might have a shot at keeping the TABOR funds set to be refunded.