An interview with Rep. Diana DeGette in mid-May, the day before she returned to Washington, DC to vote on the new $3 trillion HEROES Act, a stimulus package that addresses some of the gaps in the CARES Act.
How might we slowly and safely get to our new normal as a nation? “Front Porch” asked this question of Rep. Jason Crow.
Some big changes came to the Colorado caucus and primary system this year—and they have led to confusion about how candidates will be chosen. Here’s a quick primer on what to expect in the coming months.
District Attorney Beth McCann implemented a young adult diversion program in May 2018 to put eligible young adult offenders on track for a future without incarceration.
This month: 1) Congressman Jason Crow Tapped to Serve as Impeachment Manager; 2) GW Principal Boldly Addresses Past Issues; Will Offer IB Courses for All; 3) Lucky’s Pulls Out of Lowry; 4) Berkshire Closing Feb. 2; and 5) Multiple Changes in NE Legislators.
Stapleton resident Jason Crow received a call on Wednesday, August 29 asking if he would like to speak at the Democratic National Convention the following Thursday. His speech would be just prior to the president of the United States giving his acceptance speech and televised on every major television network. He thought, until he got […]
The State Budget, School Finance, Economic Security, Hot Issues, A Big Grab Bag, and Northeast Denver in the Legislature.
This Month: 1) East Area Plan Update; 2) Community Donates Welcome Baskets for New Neighbors Who Have Been Homeless; 3) Familiar Faces—Bacon and Douthit—Jump into State House District 7 Race, and 4) You can make a difference…
A Democratic primary fight has gotten underway in Colorado Senate District 33. Incumbent Angela Williams is facing a challenge from Representative James Coleman (House District 7).
Over the last three decades governors, various legislators, education advocates, construction company executives, business leaders and civic activists have organized to ask Colorado voters to increase taxes to raise more money for the state’s cash-strapped schools, crumbling highways and other needs.