Aurora, and the rest of Colorado can talk all we want about the so-called supreme right to carry a gun anywhere we please. It’s all talk, Aurora. The reality is, that no matter how much of a gun-rights enthusiast you are, no matter how much you think about and appreciate the Second Amendment, when you […]
Time’s up, Colorado lawmakers. If you want to preserve the state’s valuable oil and gas industry, it’s time to offer something better than turning off the industry completely
Local control is important, but using the legislative hammer to put this red-light cash cow out of our misery is more important. End it.
The fix is clear: It’s time to close the door on Colorado’s medical marijuana business
While the arguments may be emotional to many people, the facts are solid and consistent. Colorado’s weak gun control laws may do little to make the state safer from gun violence, but they do nothing to prevent lawful residents from owning guns.
In a sneaky end run, Adams County at the 11th hour added a question to the 2014 ballot, asking whether to impose a special 3 percent sales tax on all pot shops in the county, not just future pot shops in unincorporated Adams County
We already know from other states that handing out felony convictions to repeated DUI offenders doesn’t reduce drunken driving. So find something that does.
Denver has tried to soften their conceit, realizing state courts would easily rule against them because the pact was so clearly written and the argument for it was so clearly detailed
While there are things the state must do ensure frugality and fiscal prudence, state lawmakers are irresponsible in not paying for the upkeep of Colorado, creating a shanty state that looks good from the outside, but won’t stand much longer
One year after Colorado boldly lifted marijuana prohibition and began ringing in retail pot sales with the new year of 2014, we have shown the country, as well as the world, that the arguments for legalizing marijuana are the very reasons why it was the biggest non-story of the year