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Faced with complex rules on state spending, the governor of Colorado is proposing higher taxes on marijuana sales and on some homes owned by seniors to fully fund public schools. Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration says the moves … more
Elizabeth School District currently has 270 students on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), and Special Education Director Kim Morrison knows each of them by name. “It’s easier for me to establish a rapport because of the smaller size of … more
Scientists are developing a robotic sleeve that can encase a flabby diseased heart and gently squeeze to keep it pumping. So far it’s been tested only in animals, improving blood flow in pigs. But this “soft robotic” device mimics the … more
Elbert County District 1 Commissioner Chris Richardson was born in Massachusetts and studied engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. His wife, Andrea, is a Colorado native and together they have one daughter, Avery. The Richardsons have … more
Ray Harvie appreciated the value of open spaces, and took refuge at his property in east Parker throughout his life. Harvie wanted to ensure the land would remain wild, just as he enjoyed it. Without an heir to pass the 71-acre property to, … more
Thousands of women will gather at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver and march in solidarity Jan. 21. “We need to focus on how to collaborate and be collective in going forward,” said Jessica Rogers, one of the three women who organized the … more
It can almost certainly ease chronic pain and might help some people sleep, but it’s also likely to raise the risk of getting schizophrenia and might trigger heart attacks. Those are among the conclusions about marijuana reached by a federal … more
Colorado's health care exchange isn't going anywhere soon. That's the word from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who told the state's 100 lawmakers in his annual state of the state address Jan. 12 that he will resist any attempt to roll back … more
Reforming Colorado's construction defects laws in order to incentivize the building of condominiums and townhomes has emerged as a priority for both Republicans and Democrats early in the legislative session. State Senate President Kevin … more
There's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades. But that's where agreement ended Jan. 11 as the state's divided Legislature began work for the year. Republicans in the House and Senate gave … more
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