Tobacco funds would go to health programs

February 6, 2007

By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News February 6, 2007 A bill directing some of the state’s tobacco settlement money to health programs – including the University of Colorado’s Health Sciences Center – won approval Monday (Read More)

Pressure to fix ethics law

February 6, 2007

House speaker eyes court ruling; others look to legislature By Lynn Bartels And Alan Gathright, Rocky Mountain News February 6, 2007 The filing of a lawsuit Monday to clarify Amendment 41 is the latest effort (Read More)

High-tech ideas have higher goal

February 5, 2007

Local man started firm to help disabled people By WAYNE HEILMAN THE GAZETTE Dan Davies didn’t use venture capital to start his technology company, doesn’t rush its products to market and has no strategy to (Read More)

CU seeks makeup for past ills

February 5, 2007

By Jennifer Brown Denver Post Staff Writer After years of drastic budget cuts and with its political reputation tarnished by negative publicity, the University of Colorado is playing catch-up at the Capitol this legislative session. (Read More)

Nonprofit files suit over 41

February 5, 2007

The Boettcher Foundation wants a judge to rule that the ethics law doesn’t ban college scholarships to children of government employees or to the employees themselves. By Karen E. Crummy Denver Post Staff Writer At (Read More)

CU Seeking Official for New Diversity Post

February 5, 2007

A search committee was formed to fill the newly created position of vice chancellor for diversity, equity and community engagement for the University of Colorado s Boulder campus, officials said Monday. The new position reports (Read More)

Pension fund avoids Sudan

February 5, 2007

The Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association backs a bill to end its investments in companies that deal with Khartoum. By Jeri Clausing Denver Post Staff Writer The pension fund for Colorado’s state workers voted Monday (Read More)

1 1,013 1,014 1,015 1,016 1,017 1,048