As a father to an almost 2-year-old, the future of our state’s air quality really hits home. I want my daughter to grow up with blue skies and clean air. I want her to grow up playing on playgrounds, walking her dog, and going for hikes in the foothills without risking her health. I want […]
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Littwin: This just in from Texas — leaving your post in a crisis should now be called “Pulling a Ted Cruz”
While few people enjoy piling on Ted Cruz as much as I do, I have to admit that Cruz’s trip to Mexico during the Texas energy crisis is, as he said himself, a distraction from the real problem — which is that Texas, of all places, ran out of gas, or at least its ability […]
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Is Colorado leading or lagging on climate policy? It depends on which states you’re comparing us to.
States from coast to coast – faced with President Donald Trump’s insistence that climate change is “a hoax” – are taking the lead in creating climate policy and programs, and in this multifaceted exercise Colorado is either a leader or a laggard. On the one hand, the state has adopted some of the most ambitious […]