Representative Diana DeGette has served District 1 since 1997 and won reelection in November 2018. As the new legislative session began, she sat down with the Front Porch and other community newspapers to share some of her priorities.
In 1970, 12 dynamite bombs destroyed 24 school buses and damaged an additional 15 at a DPS bus depot; the New York Times referred to this as a “massive and skillful demolition job.”
Open your medicine cabinet. Now count how many leftover prescription pain pills you have “hidden” behind the Q-tips, Tums, and deodorant.
In the U.S., an estimated 4.6 million children live in homes with guns that are loaded and not secured, according to Everytown for Gun Safety.
With clear policy differences between these gubernatorial candidates, you likely know who you’re voting for. But how to vote on the 22 city and state ballot issues may not be so clear.
The Front Porch Election Guide offers a clear description of what you’ll find on the ballot.
Americans don’t vote. At least that’s the story that keeps getting told. But Colorado and northeast Denver voter turnout is high, especially when compared to numbers at the national level.
March for Our Lives stated its plan for the Road to Change Tour was to pass through NRA strongholds and communities affected by gun violence. Therefore, Denver and Aurora, Colorado were going to be part of that list for practical and tragic reasons.
Come 2019, the “Boy Scouts” become Scouts BSA. This more gender-inclusive label is just part of the reorganization process following the Boy Scouts of America’s (BSA’s) decision to incorporate girls into their Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs.
Broad turnout in primary elections is critical to ensure that candidates on the ballot represent the views of the majority.
The “vulture capital owners” gave the Denver Post a crushing blow on March 14 when they announced that 30 people were being cut. In 2003 the Post had over 300 people. Now the staff is in the 60s.