‘You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.’
To paraphrase Inigo Montoya, we don’t think bipartisanship means what Colorado Democrats think it means.
For example, we’re reasonably confident that bipartisanship doesn’t mean defeating a school-choice bill, as Senate Democrats did Wednesday, then flinging mud at the Republicans who dared support it. Read more »
Sen. Pat Steadman (D-Denver), the bill sponsor, said the measure “does some cleanup” on the Civil Unions Act
DENVER – The terms “husband” and “wife” may be stricken from Colorado statutes by Democrat lawmakers to allow same-sex partners in civil unions or marriages recognized in other states to file joint tax returns in Colorado.
State Senate Democrats approved a bill Wednesday that would strike terms such as marriage, spouse, husband and wife in statutes regarding Colorado income tax filings by couples. Read more »
Interior Secretary Jewell’s ostensible reason for visiting was to talk sage grouse, but the real intention was to flip northwest Colo. the bird
It didn’t take long for petroleum geologist Sally Jewell to get the hang of Obama administration arrogance, Cheap Seats has noticed.
Jewell, chosen by President Obama to replace the hapless Ken Salazar (remember Deepwater Horizon?), sallied forth, as it were, to Craig this week to teach the yokels who was in charge. Read more »
ZVONEK: Common Core unnecessarily invites Washington into matters that state and local governments can handle themselves
In politics, as in life, there’s no shame in admitting that a decision made in haste or passion turned out, upon deeper reflection, to have been a mistake. That’s why Americans for Prosperity is hoping Colorado will take a time-out, for a careful second look, before plunging ahead with the latest federal education fad called Common Core. Read more »
The Hickenlooper admin. is seeking legal advice on how to respond to a request for records related to the ongoing “Insurancegate” scandal
DENVER – The Hickenlooper Administration is seeking legal advice on how to respond to a request for records related to allegations that U.S. Senator Mark Udall’s office pressured state regulators to alter statistics on how many Coloradans have lost their health insurance as a result of Obamacare, according to an e-mail obtained by the Colorado Observer. Read more »