The issue requires lawmakers to walk a delicate political line: Many consumers want to keep the power of cable and wireless providers in check, and they oppose the idea of paid fast lanes on the Internet
“We have always adhered to the policy that annexation pays its own way. Why should taxpayers in Ward IV be supporting a project elsewhere in the city where we don’t know the benefit?” asked Councilwoman Molly Markert
“We’ve tried to honor people who work hard for Aurora and who might be underappreciated,” Linda Berry, chair of the Aurora Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame said in a statement. “But we certainly hope Gayle understands that she is very appreciated.”
“The truth is, the project is alive, well, and moving every day toward a groundbreaking in the 4th quarter of this year,” Hogan said
“I am furious that the VA’s incompetence has led us down this path,” said Aurora Congressman Mike Coffman, who proposed the bill in January.
“I’m not sure that they (OEDIT) did do something or didn’t do something because I’m not sure what processes they go through,” she said.
DENVER | Tortillas, fruit empanadas and pickled vegetables are joining the family of homemade foods that can be sold in Colorado without being made in a commercial kitchen. A state House committee voted 10-3 Tuesday to add those foods to Colorado’s Cottage Foods Act. That’s a 2012 law to allow home cooks to sell small amounts […]
“The exchange we created in Colorado is one of the best in the country,” said Rep. Max Tyler, D-Lakewood.
Express Scripts Holding Co. said Tuesday that the jump was fueled in part by pricey specialty drugs that accounted for more than 31 cents of every dollar spent on prescriptions even though they represented only 1 percent of all U.S. prescriptions filled.