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    1. The first is to go to a party’s state assembly and win at least 30 percent of the delegates’ vote. In 2016, only one candidate for Senate, out of 10, remained standing after ...

    2. Constitution. At the core of the claim is the argument that it violates the legal principle of “one man, one vote...ballot required signatures totaling 5 percent of the ...

    3. The groups altogether have spent more than $2 million on state legislative races since 2010. According to a Denver Post analysis of campaign finance reports filed with the Colorado ...

    4. Would you like to know what the fracking conversation in Colorado has come to? Well, you'll notice extra security at a state meeting this week to discuss an anti-fracking ballot ...

    5. A House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government ...

    6. Construction defects: Scott Gessler, a former Colorado secretary of state, wrote that leadership is lacking in Colorado’s construction defects battle. Honoring ...

    7. A House committee late Monday approved a bill to modernize Colorado's Open Records Act, with majority Democrats pushing for a measure that presumes the public is entitled to access government ...

    8. Voting against the measure were 44.3 percent of Coloradans. Now that Amendment 71 is part of the Colorado Constitution, instead of being able to collect the required ...

    9. Hueth, an attorney for the University of Colorado, argued at the hearing that the information the university keeps in databases today isn’t a “record.” That interpretation contradicts ...

    10. But yet again, state leadership can’t fix the problem, so we will have to wait around until the trial lawyers and the homebuilders negotiate a deal. Scott Gessler is a former Colorado ...

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