Colorado State House
State Assessment Testing is serving as a great bipartisan unifier of usual political enemies in the Colorado Legislature.
After issuing a public apology and seeing a State House committee assignment taken away from him, some may think Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt has been punished for his offensive comments, but publicity of all kinds is more valuable than they may think.
As intense and ugly the current fight over gun control issues is right now, it’s clear that this in only round one of this fight. And round two will likely get even uglier, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
This year’s version of the Civil Unions bill should help teach an important lesson about a word that is considered taboo among many Republicans, compromise.
With the House Judiciary Committee passing the Civil Unions bill, the clock is now ticking over Speaker Frank McNulty’s head to decide the fate of the bill over the last few days of the session. How he handles the next four days might determine if he gets to handle 120 more.