Opinion: Colorado has a strong vision for electric vehicles. It needs stronger policies to achieve that vision
To reach the goal, the number of EVs needs to increase by 23 times by the end of the decade
Opinion: Nearly 50 years since schools opened to developmentally disabled children, segregation persists
Inclusion and integration in our schools means we must invest in training our teachers
Littwin: If only the strange case of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters actually was strange
According to every poll, what Peters has been saying about the Big Lie is right in line with what a sizable majority of Republicans apparently believes
Opinion: Colorado’s voter-registration system is a model of accessibility for the country
The proof is in the turnout rate, which few states can match
Opinion: Colorado should vote on a publicly funded, privately delivered health care system
The General Assembly asked for this recommendation, now it should put it in front of the voters
Zornio: Could regulating Facebook help bring Americans back together?
Bipartisan efforts to crack down on Facebook could provide us a renewed sense of community, if not humility.
Silverman: Nothing is quite normal, even though we want the pandemic to end
Last week I saw empty movie theaters, shuttered stores and lonely Denver streets — let's trust science and vaccines and get back to live events
Carman: Take it from a former vaccine skeptic, COVID is the “real deal”
A river guide thought COVID was overblown until he wound up in the hospital with a bad case. Now he's eager to get vaccinated
Littwin: The debate about vaccines and stem cells is the latest twist. By the way, the pope says it’s “suicidal” not to be vaccinated.
In other news, my grandson’s first-grade class is in COVID quarantine. With luck, he’s got a jab coming sometime in the near future.
Nicolais: UCHealth’s transplant policy should make the unvaccinated re-evaluate
After UCHealth placed a transplant candidate on inactive status for failure to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, the balance between personal choice and accountability become clearer
Opinion: Rising drug prices hurt rural, minority Coloradans most of all
Pharmaceutical companies must bear some of the burden that is forcing people to choose between food and medicine
Opinion: Women can find more outdoor fitness opportunities if cities expand park permits
The pandemic pushed exercise classes outside, and fitness coaches can keep the momentum going with shared-use permits
Opinion: There’s nothing green about dams. The federal infrastructure bill should tear them down
Reservoirs generate greenhouse gases, and hydro power is far less efficient than wind and solar
Opinion: Want to persuade people to get vaccinated? Stop trying
An introduction to ‘invitational rhetoric’ and two researchers finding promising results with people who are vaccine hesitant
Opinion: Lessons from the pandemic — for teachers
Online instruction forced us to stretch ourselves. Now that we’re back in the classroom, we need to keep stretching
Littwin: Colorado GOP may get the best redistricting map it could have hoped for. What are the chances they’ll blow it?
The state Supreme Court now takes up a 4-3-1 map from the independent commission, in a state Biden won by 13 points. Did Dems unilaterally disarm?
Opinion: We work in Colorado’s emergency rooms. We need you to help us end the pandemic
We are exhausted, and our hospitals are overflowing
Opinion: Retreating snowpack is a threat to Colorado skiing, and to Colorado brewing
A climate-forward federal budget can help abate the trend, and grow the energy sector