The very slim majorities that each party now hold in the Colorado State Legislature, thanks to the 2014 election, should bring a season of bipartisanship to Colorado, which is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Lawmakers finished the 2014 Colorado legislative session lauding the same achievements: More money for schools and colleges, funding for an aerial firefighting fleet, and providing aid for victims of floods and wildfires.
Some may think in this day and age that our elected leaders cannot come together and agree on anything. However, Colorado lawmakers proved them wrong this week on a very important issue.
Bipartisanship is a funny thing. It’s like eating Broccoli. Everybody says we should have more of it, and most people think it’s really good for us, but in the end, left to our own devices, […]