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Littwin: Boebert is back in the news again. Meaning it’s time for everyone to duck.

In a Rolling Stone article, Boebert is identified as one of the House members in regular touch with Jan. 6 planners. And then there’s the matter of her vile Alec Baldwin tweet.

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Opinion: The infrastructure bill has plenty for Colorado, if only Congress would pass it

Roads, rail, transit, broadband -- it’s a bipartisan plan that will help make up for years of neglect

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Zornio: Climate change is coming for your pumpkin spice, coffee, chocolate and wine

Changing the narrative on climate change to reach more popular topics such as food may help increase the sense of urgency

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Silverman: Trump’s Big Lie is flowing through Colorado

America’s survival depends on GOP elected officials with the decency to condemn efforts by party leaders to corrupt election results

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Littwin: The art of persuasion is on life support. Biden’s safety net bill isn’t feeling too good, either

In Colorado, mandate-hesitant Jared Polis is reduced to begging the unvaccinated to get jabbed as the virus returns to the state with a vengeance

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Nicolais: Colorado won with new redistricting commissions

As complaints from both major parties pour in, it is clear that Colorado's new redistricting process led to the best outcome in decades

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Pritchett: In praise of Colorado and grizzly bears and especially Enos Mills

As hibernation approaches, I share with the famed naturalist and father of Rocky Mountain National Park an obsession with the grizzlies no longer here

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Opinion: It’s too easy and cheap for drillers to lease and pollute Colorado’s federal land

The oil- and gas-leasing program needs wholesale reform, before it’s too late to reverse greenhouse-gas emissions

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Opinion: Denver’s tax-supported preschool program is showing results

By 3rd grade, the children are more likely to read at grade level, less likely to be held back

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Opinion: Lyons has cut incentives for rooftop solar, but wants to build a solar farm near a park

Is it possible for a town to have “too much” power from the sun? Voters will decide

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Opinion: The Colorado River drought contingency plan is no longer a contingency

Seven states will negotiate access to what’s left in the river. My job is to represent all of Colorado’s interests

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Zornio: Colorado’s 2021 elections are too important to skip. Here are my picks

Evaluating Amendment 78, Propositions 119 and 120 and select local initiatives

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Littwin: There are many ways to cut Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending bill. Nearly all of them are bad.

Senate Democrats will pass a bill, if not one for $3.5 trillion — because they have to. It’s all on Biden to figure out what Manchin and Sinema will agree to.

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Nicolais: Money drove many Republican operatives toward Trumpism

With their careers and livelihoods in the balance, it is easy to understand why so many went along with the sea change in the Republican Party

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Carman: Ruthless misogyny is behind our failure to care for children

Reliable, affordable care for kids is vital infrastructure. People dropping out of the workforce is a clear sign of a fiscal death spiral.

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Opinion: My insulin hasn’t changed, but the price has risen more than 600%

Congress should give Medicare the authority to negotiate drug prices with manufacturers

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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

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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

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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

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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

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