Amend. 41 anger spreads

February 9, 2007

Backer of ethics law reportedly “wigged out” over GOP stance By Jennifer Brown and Mark P. Couch Denver Post Staff Writers Denver Post The backlash against Amendment 41 heated up Thursday with two new lawsuits (Read More)

41 under siege

February 9, 2007

Constitutional arguments against it may have merit February 9, 2007 It’s been many years since any ballot issue has roiled Colorado as much as Amendment 41. Not since the passage in 1992 of Amendment 1 (Read More)

CU aide returns to Boise State

February 9, 2007

Strausser cites family; Buffaloes are hoping for smooth transition By B.G. Brooks, Rocky Mountain News February 9, 2007 BOULDER – University of Colorado football coach Dan Hawkins has lost his first assistant – to their (Read More)

After UNC Objects, State Colleges Pick New Plan

February 9, 2007

By Colleen Slevin, AP Writer (AP) DENVER State colleges and universities backed a preliminary plan to share any budget increase equally Thursday after the University of Northern Colorado objected to an earlier proposal that would (Read More)

Gift ban spurs rural fallout

February 8, 2007

Officials quitting in fear kids might lose scholarships By April M. Washington, Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Rural elected officials are quitting over a controversial new ethics law they fear may keep their children (Read More)

House panel backs Sudan divestment bill

February 8, 2007

By David Montero, Rocky Mountain News February 8, 2007 Lado Jurkin, a refugee from Sudan, wiped away the tears with his necktie, grateful that another step was being taken toward trying to halt the genocide (Read More)

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