Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
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.
Thanks to an ambitious aerotropolis project, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan may play a major role in Denver’s upcoming municipal elections.
The short lived and ineffective rebellion of 25 conservative Republican Congressmen during the re-election of Speaker of the House John Boehner made headlines but not much else difference in the big scheme of things.
The political stories of 2014 in Colorado were filled with hype but somehow we almost always found our way back to normal.
The lawsuit announced Thursday from Nebraska and Oklahoma may be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the case already fails the common sense test.
The Denver City Council extended its Red Light Camera program, but will they face more pressure from the public if they don’t make the systems more fair and less profitable?
Congress should use Colorado’s VA Hospital travesty as a reason to work together, urgently, to fix a quagmire years in the making.
Even though they have been a bigger story in other cities, the Ferguson related protests here in Denver are beginning to hit home and deserve the attention of civic leaders.
It’s easy to enjoy low gas prices now, but they may come with a political cost for Colorado in 2015.
Tuesday’s vote on the Keystone XL pipeline typified everything that is wrong with how we approach oil energy production in the U.S., and the fight may very quickly be fought much closer to home.