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Officials from the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado presented the case for why more regulation is neither necessary nor good for Colorado.
A report detailing costs and time of statewide school assessments is under scrutiny for data analysis, key omissions, and potential conflicts of interest.
Jonathan Gruber’s work with other state exchanges and role in developing Obamacare played a significant part in winning a contract with Colorado’s Exchange.
Approximately $300,000 of government money was used to finance MIT economist Jonathan Gruber’s analysis of the State Health Insurance Exchange in 2011.
Further developments on the hiring of MIT’s Jonathan Gruber to study the ACA’s effects in Colorado.
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ALEC report gives C-plus for K-12 policies
On the 19th edition of ALEC's Report Card, Colorado education performance and policies ranked highly... Read More
O'Keefe video reinforces ballot harvesting concerns
New state election laws and local procedures have resulted in mailing out many duplicate ballots in... Read MoreMore
Clerk adds obstacles for poll watchers
Signature verification remains the only stopgap to voter identification fraud via ballot harvesting.... Read MoreMore
Adams County clerk delays early voting turnout
County clerks across Colorado released the count of absentee ballots received in their counties, except... Read MoreMore
Denver's economy more fragile than it appears
Denver's real unemployment rate, like Colorado's, is much higher than the official published figured... Read MoreMore
Hickenlooper looks abroad; Beauprez stays home
Gov. Hickenlooper's campaign has raised nearly 20 percent of its cash from outside of Colorado this... Read MoreMore
A report from Sunny Acres
Read Nancy Wenlock's account of her attempt to act as a Media Observer for the election process taking... Read MoreMore
Campaign finance cell may have violated the law
A set of Democratic-supporting 527s and independent expenditure committees may be in violation of Colorado... Read MoreMore
Governor's Office may have lost relevant records
The Denver Post's inaugural 2012 "Pedal the Plains" bicycle tour may have received $50,000 in Stimulus... Read MoreMore
Certification exceeds federal vetting process
Denver's paperwork for certifying women-owned small businesses duplicates the federal process, asks... Read MoreMore
'Listening sessions' fall flat in Mesa County
'Listening sessions' seeking public comment on the plan to prohibit certain vehicles from the public... Read MoreMore
With acknowledgement to Arthur Brooks
Colorado Republicans are give somewhat more to charity than Democrats. The poor and lower-middle class... Read More
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Hick, Beauprez differ on Common Core
Colorado gubernatorial candidates show stark differences in their views on education policy, particularly... Read MoreMore