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Fact check: What’s true (and what’s not) about 2018 Colorado ballot measures

The Colorado ballot is crowded this year with questions about taxes, transportation, energy and education — not to mention a bunch of local issues. All the competing messages flooding the TV airwaves makes it difficult to know up from down and how to vote. MORE: A preview of Colorado’s 2018 ballot: Taxes, roads and an existential […]

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Fight over prices, renewable energy spurs second rural cooperative to leave Tri-State Generation

The rural electric cooperative serving Delta, Montrose and the Western Slope communities around them has moved a step closer to leaving its power provider, the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association. Co-op members voted Tuesday to adopt new incorporation articles enabling the Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) to use a limited stock issue to raise the cash […]

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Fact check: A look at what’s true and what’s false in Colorado’s 2018 governor’s race

The candidates’ misleading claims and negative attacks are making it difficult to tell fact from fiction in the 2018 campaign. It’s particularly tough in Colorado’s governor’s race between Democrat Jared Polis and Republican Walker Stapleton, where competing lines dominate the conversation and big outside money is fueling the falsehoods. To help voters, Colorado media outlets […]