By Evan Ravitz The #1 slogan of the 60s was, “Power to the people!” People power made great improvements to Colorado recently, and Boulder is now the first place in the US to remove a big obstacle to people power –but you…Read more
There seems to be a lot of confusion around a plan to include a water park and senior center into the community infrastructure. Is it worth the tax increase are all flying around.Read more
What was not made public was that County planners never intended the land to be open space in perpetuity. Instead, Boulder County Public Works was apparently quietly planning to take this supposed open space land for industrial use.Read more
Lakewood is voting this November on whether or not to organize our trash system like the majority of other American cities. Lakewood's current trash system rewards those that do not recycle because recycling services cost extra, Nate Wightman writes.Read more
Op-Ed: “For the Religious Purposes of Indian Tribes” – Petition to U.S. Fish and Wildlife seeks to expand law to allow non-Indians to possess eagle feathers.
On April 30, 2019, the Service published a Request for Public Comments related to a Petition submitted by Pastor Robert Soto and the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. The Becket Fund- a conservative law firm best known for representing the…Read more
Increasing the Racial Achievement Gap in BVSD: District Cancels IB Program at Majority Hispanic Alicia Sanchez International Elementary School
Our focus is the advanced courses bill. At the same time that this law has just been signed at the state level, coupled with additional funding laws to support implementation, Boulder Valley School District has decided to cut the International…Read more
In today’s marketplace, we have had recommendations to make changes to our format for bigger profits, cuz you know, “print is dead”. With the way some print vehicles are acting, they might just deserve to die— and this is coming…Read more
It’s been said that small laws breed great crimes. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Act is such a law. The crimes committed against the people in its name are legion. But it got even more criminal last week when…Read more
Martinez v. COGCC: Unmasking Colorado’s Explicit Prioritization of Profit Over Health and Safety in Oil and Gas Regulations, by Katherine Merlin, Esq.
It should be noted that in its decision the COGCC never disputed the scientific evidence put forward, including evidence regarding the catastrophic projected impacts of climate change. The COGCC does not deny that climate change exists, it merely ignores the…Read more