Democrats are raring to go

January 10, 2007

VOW TO HOLD “GREEN” SESSION By Jennifer Brown and Jeri Clausing Denver Post Staff Writers DenverPost.com The Colorado legislature opened Wednesday, with fired-up majority Democrats vowing to make college more affordable, prescription drugs cheaper and (Read More)

Speech gets GOP nod

January 10, 2007

But State of State, ambitious agenda viewed as tests By Alan Gathright And April Washington, Rocky Mountain News January 10, 2007 Republican lawmakers praised Gov. Bill Ritter’s hopeful vision and his call for bipartisan cooperation (Read More)

Senate should follow House ethics lead

January 10, 2007

January 10, 2007 The U.S. House, it turned out, was serious about ethics reform; the Senate perhaps less so. The House banned a number of lobbyist-provided benefits that many lawmakers seemed to have come to (Read More)

A MESSAGE OF HOPE AND UNITY

January 10, 2007

The state s new first lady, Jeannie Ritter, was the first to congratulate her husband, Bill, at the end of his inaugural ceremony Tuesday on the steps of the state Capitol in Denver. Bill Ritter (Read More)

Higher Education Act May Finally See Action

January 10, 2007

Congress could use reauthorization to push teacher provisions. By Alyson Klein Teacher-quality programs could get extra attention and resources when Congress finally tackles the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, a piece of unfinished business (Read More)

Stem cell advance lauded

January 9, 2007

But harvesting of amniotic fluid has limits, experts say By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 9, 2007 Stem cells harvested from amniotic fluid may hold great promise for treating disease, but they are not (Read More)

Teams seek Mars deal

January 9, 2007

2 Boulder finalists vie to build craft to study atmosphere By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 9, 2007 Two Boulder science teams will vie for the contract to build a $475 million NASA spacecraft (Read More)

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