Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
Even though Gov. John Hickenlooper has crafted a fragile compromise to avoid several fracking ballot issues, the effort might be for naught if environmental groups get their way.
We’re two weeks from Primary Election Day and the GOP gubernatorial primary is starting to take some very odd twists and turns.
A recent trip across the state border showed me that 2014 candidates are missing an opportunity by not talking about the sad shape of Colorado’s roads.
As the controversy over the reported issues at the Department of Veterans Affairs continues, it is likely that the national story will play a big role in Colorado’s 2014 election.
Can the debate over speakers at commencement ceremonies trigger a greater respect for free speech beyond the college campus?
Former Congressman Bob Beauprez made headlines this week with some heavy hitter endorsements. Mitt Romney joined State Sen. Greg Brophy and Colorado Attorney General John Suthers in endorsing Beauprez for governor.
In about a month, Republicans throughout Colorado will begin to receive mail-in ballots for the GOP Gubernatorial Primary. The heat is on for the candidates to get the campaign rolling.
Between the legislature coming to a close without sending him any major controversies and new fundraising reports showing wide cash on hand margins over his opponents, Gov. John Hickenlooper is having a really great week.
As time runs out on the 2014 legislative session, lawmakers are considering a compromise to avoid ballot issue fracking bans, but the efforts are fighting the inevitable.
Is the recurrence of major problems in society like school violence and homelessness motivation enough for us to look at mental health in an entirely new way?