Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

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

Our infrastructure is the foundation of our country and it supports everything we rely on. It silently does its job by allowing us to move goods to markets, supply water to communities and businesses, energize our smartphones and computers, heat and cool our homes, and helps take our children safely to school. Our infrastructure touches […]

Posted inCrime and Courts, News, Transportation

RTD faces backlash after slashing bus service to Adams County courthouse

The Regional Transportation District on Monday responded to frustration from Adams County officials about buses no longer stopping to drop riders off at the Adams County Justice Center. The district argued that it technically hasn’t discontinued service as buses still go to two nearby stops. But Adams County commissioners and officials in the 17th Judicial District […]

Posted inBusiness, Coloradans, COVID, News, Politics and Government, Technology, Transportation

30 years after passage of Americans with Disabilities Act, key inequities remain in Colorado

During high school and early in college, the record of Naomi Morrow’s schools or employers doing much of anything to accommodate her impaired vision was spotty at best. Morrow, now 42, worked in a hospital laundry running the washing machines, and managers let her put colored Braille bump dots on various controls. Her parents mainstreamed […]