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Littwin: No one is surprised a second Boebert video turns up — still bigoted, but with slightly different details

Dems want her punished for her very public Islamophobia, but the only people who can really punish Boebert are those in the Colorado 3rd CD who elected her

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Opinion: Whether Roe stands or falls, Colorado should continue to expand abortion rights

I am not going to wait and see what the court does next, and neither should you

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Zornio: Keep giving thanks by donating food year round to the 33% of Coloradans facing hunger

Food donations often increase during the holidays, but people need to eat every day

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Nicolais: Masks and muscles must coexist at the gym

Reintroduced mask mandates may be a burden, but that's a weight worth lifting as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations increase

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Opinion: ProPublica had no business revealing Polis’ tax returns

Even so, the governor’s explanations don’t match his actions

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Opinion: Colorado is letting oil drillers off the hook for cleanup of their plugged wells

The Oil and Gas Commission is falling short of its obligations under a new state law meant to hold drillers accountable

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Littwin: The Arbery-killing trial is not a do-over for Kyle Rittenhouse, even though it feels that way

If it’s a do-over, it’s for Emmett Till and Trayvon Martin and so many similar cases of racial injustice in America over too many years

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Opinion: Punishing RTD hurts Colorado’s most potent weapon against climate change

The key to lowering greenhouse gases is fewer cars, more mass transit. State budget ultimatums aren’t getting us closer to that goal

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Zornio: Giving thanks for some of Colorado’s top moments this year

As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s the perfect time of year to reflect on what we can all be grateful for

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Silverman: Former Mayor Federico Peña still makes Denver proud

Once seen by some as a leftist, Peña now describes himself as being part of the “frustrated center.” He has high hopes that bipartisanship can return.

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Opinion: When you make fresh produce available in stores, families ask for more

A Denver co-op discovers untapped demand in an underserved community, and offers a lesson to the supermarkets

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Pritchett: In honor of our children, let’s demand solutions to gun violence

Even as my teenage daughter protested more deaths, my heart sank at the apparent futility -- but ultimately moved me to embrace activism

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Littwin: Now that Biden’s big climate and safety-net bill has passed the House, shouldn’t we discuss what’s in it?

Don’t count on much of a deep dive. Most of what we’ll hear will be limited to whatever Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema say they’ll vote for.

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Carman: Nearly 2 years into COVID, the kids have gone feral and teachers are their prey

Overwhelmed faculty members are pleading with parents to help the kids to stop acting like sociopaths and relearn basic social skills

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Nicolais: Political violence went on trial. Our republic is under threat.

From the Jan. 6 insurrection to a congressional censure to killings in Kenosha, multiple high-profile cases were in the headlines last week

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Opinion: The air inside Colorado schools needs to be cleaned up

Better ventilation and filtering can help reduce smoke from the outside, Covid-19 on the inside

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Opinion: Food is medicine, so insurance should cover it

It would provide chronically ill people the nutrition they need to manage their illness at home

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Littwin: Biden celebrates his big bipartisan infrastructure win, but don’t count on it happening again

McConnell didn’t show up for the party, and the 13 House Republicans who voted for the bill are under attack from Trump, Lauren Boebert and the rest of the usual suspects.

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Zornio: Republicans own the bulk of pandemic blame, but Jared Polis’ missteps are aggravating his base

After thumbing his nose at several core party values, how far can Polis push some Democrats without losing their support?

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Littwin: Shouldn’t the question be why Kyle Rittenhouse was carrying an assault-style weapon in order to, uh, help people?

Whether or not the then-17 year old is convicted of murder, the right to carry a gun in a provocative situation is what, in America, some call freedom

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