“It’s not a new concept, but it’s kind of new because it has a new life to it and probably at this point in time more likelihood of actually being funded and implemented,” Curtis Bush, a principal planner with the city’s parks department, said in a presentation during the Feb. 2 session.
“Customers wanted me to go to Southlands or north Aurora,” he says. “I want to be there and I will be someday, but I’ve got to go where the money is first, and that’s why I want to push into Denver.”
DENVER | Colorado Democrats have defeated a move to limit bonuses to people working at the health insurance exchange. A House committee rejected a bill Thursday to require lawmakers to approve before the exchange awards employee bonuses. The bill earlier cleared the GOP Senate. Republicans say lawmakers need more control over the operations of Colorado’s quasi-public […]
“For a lot of years now, law enforcement has struggled to identify legitimate caregivers and marijuana grows and those that are operating illegally,” said Doug Darr, the retired Adams County sheriff who testified on behalf of the statewide sheriff’s association.
“Not doing the deal and having that exposure was probably the best scenario for us,” says Daniel Rensing, CEO of the Rockledge, Florida, company which sells aprons, parchment paper and other baking equipment.
Karen Dike, center, a nurse from Longmont, Colo., talks to anti-fracking activists outside the Colorado Convention Center as the Oil and Gas Task Force meets inside to put the final touches on recommendations for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper to consider in the settlement of disputes over oil and gas drilling Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, in Denver. The meeting comes as some activists have renewed a campaign to banning the use of hydraulic fracturing in the state. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
DENVER | Colorado’s most controversial marijuana-related bill of the year is up for its first test in the Senate Thursday. A measure to crack down on medical pot users faces a hearing. The bill would increase oversight on doctors who recommend marijuana for severe pain, the most common ailment on Colorado’s medical marijuana registry. The bill […]
McMillon made his boldest move yet by announcing that Wal-Mart would give raises to nearly 40 percent of its 1.3 million U.S. workforce as part of a billion-dollar investment in changes to employee pay and training
“What this really is is a temporary hiatus,” said Sen. Nancy Todd, an Aurora Democrat sponsoring the bill.