Gov. John Hickenlooper is “disappointed” a group of political appointees voted overwhelmingly to continue using a luxury suite for Broncos games after critics suggested the appointees should be giving the suite away to charities, nonprofits or schools.
The political appointees tasked with overseeing Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium on behalf of taxpayers, voted against creating a policy to automatically give away their private, 23 person luxury box to charities, non- profits and schools.
A group of nine political appointees have been enjoying the free use of a well-appointed luxury suite at Sports Authority Field for Bronco games for years, but are now considering if they should allow others to use the luxury box, after a CBS4 investigation raised questions about the use of the 23 person suite.
As the case against James Holmes moves ahead, legal experts are saying there’s little doubt how Holmes’ public defenders will defend him; insanity.
Denver’s mayoral underdog tradition is well known at this point. So the question we should ask ourselves, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes, is how the candidate with the lead in the general election, the biggest endorsements and the most money somehow lost this race?