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Agree or disagree with the ruling, can we all agree it’s downright punitive — and vindictive — to seek legal fees from locals who simply were …

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A seemingly intractable lack of diversity blemishes the otherwise strong reputation of the University of Colorado's flagship campus in Boulder…

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Perhaps the best hope lies much closer to home — literally — through intervention by those nearest to someone who is in mental or emotional di…

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Ballot measures are not tweets. They often ask the electorate to part with millions of dollars or to impose laws that change a community’s tra…

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Colorado Springs has a city government with an earned reputation for excellent public service. To keep it that way, voters must continue choos…

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They won’t get collective-bargaining rights — the be all, end all of union membership — anytime soon. That’s in stark contrast with their coun…

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I always hesitate to compliment Jared Polis for fear that any kind word from me backfires. It could anger his progressive supporters who have …

I always hesitate to compliment Jared Polis for fear that any kind word from me backfires. It could anger his progressive supporters who have …

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As ride-share and delivery workers, we’ve seen first-hand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives and, like many Coloradans, we are j…

The closure of schools has been a moral travesty. However, not all schools and school leaders have kowtowed to school employee union pressure …

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The labor movement took a beating last week, but don’t hold your breath waiting for the media to say so. Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Bes…

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I know, I know: Jimmy Sengenberger is a hard name to remember. As a former kindergartener, I get it. Sengenberger can get confusing. “Should I…