Gay Wedding Cake Case: Both Sides Make Compelling Arguments A baker in Lakewood who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple because he says it would violate his religious beliefs is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals for help. Former Parker Mayor Says He Will Run For Senate Greg Lopez, a Republican and former director of the Colorado office of the Small Business Administration, is running for U.S. Senate in a longshot bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.
State Sen. Carroll To Challenge Coffman In Colorado’s 6th Congressional District The Anti-Pot Taboo Shrinks In Presidential Politics Denver Campaign Would Allow Marijuana Use In Bars Lawmakers Cut Film Incentives, Silver Screen Dreams Fade For Colorado 1st Investigations Wrapping Up On Over-Budget Aurora VA Hospital VA Executive To Visit Site Of Over-Budget Denver Hospital Pot Business Leaders Shell Out $2,700 For A Seat To Support Rand Paul In Denver New Colorado Laws Address Homemade Hash Oil, Cyberbullying Rand Paul 1st Major Party Candidate To Court Pot Donors U.S. Supreme Court Wants Another Review Of Colorado TABOR Suit
Latest Dominic Dezzutti Blog Entries
Carroll vs. Coffman: An Intriguing 2016 Matchup The sixth Congressional District match-up between Rep. Mike Coffman and Morgan Carroll will be an intriguing battle and brings up some interesting questions about the upcoming election season. The Legacy of the Historic June of 2015 The two major progressive movements that became real change this month will have a lasting effect on our political future.
Should South Carolina Still Host An Influential Presidential Primary? Colorado GOP State Chair: The State’s Most Thankless Job Rep. Coffman Won’t Run For Senate, But Will The Other Coffman? Hickenlooper’s Memoirs: A Ticket To The Ticket? Real Sheriff Reforms Must Become Hancock’s Legacy Lawmakers’ Letter to Hick: An Odd Strategy to Address Human Services Hickenlooper Taking Fiscal Plan To The People What Denver Voters Said On May 5 The Effect Of The Aurora Theater Trial On Our Community State Student Testing: The Great Bipartisan Unifier