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Many solutions to combat climate change

We have faced unprecedented threats and disruptions in the past few years. Nothing feels stable or predictable anymore. We’ve learned to be resilient instead. That will help us solve the cha...

Bipartisan work in action with co-sponsored bills

We often hear about bipartisan work in government, and although it sounds good, we wonder if it really happens. I cannot guarantee it occurs at the federal level, but in Colorado, it does. I...

Transgender athletes: Solution balances fairness, inclusion

Perhaps the most controversial issue in sport today is that of the inclusion or exclusion of transgender athletes. Transgender athletes are not new. One of the earliest high-profile transgen...

Tax credits mean better health for families

The connection between public health and tax returns may not be obvious at first. In 2021, through the passage of the American Rescue Plan, the Biden administration expanded the Child Tax Cr...

Rural Colorado needs more livestock support

Many Coloradans will recall November 2020 when just over half of voters approved the reintroduction of gray wolves west of the Continental Divide. While many who voted in favor of this topic...

COVID-19 created multiple tragedies

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated tragedy in at least four ways. The first and most obvious tragedy is the loss of human lives. The confirmed global death toll of 6 million grossly underco...

Knowing Ukrainian refugees makes war much more personal

“We believe that widespread, effective and voluntary use of medically sound and individually acceptable birth control is an essential factor in any humane design to raise world living standa...

A tale of two Western counties – Delta, Montrose

Why would rural Delta County say no to a solar farm that would enrich the county by $13 million over 15 years, at about the same time neighboring Montrose County said yes to a solar farm tha...

Ute tribes contribute to meaningful legislation

The Southern Utes and Ute Mountain Utes are the only two federally recognized tribes in Colorado. Tribal members have been working with us in the General Assembly this year to craft meaningf...

Protect Medicare: Fight plan to code high, treat low

Medicare was enacted in 1965 after a fierce fight with doctors and the health industry. The same fears of socialized medicine and rationed care were shouted in 1965 as they are today. Fifty...

Let’s not squander the miracle of Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park turns 150 years old this month – a milestone truly worth celebrating. When Westerners think of Yellowstone, probably what comes to mind are its grizzlies, exploding...

Career polygamy: The new way to work

My daughter recently encountered a disturbing issue at her place of employment that I did not know was out there. She is the vice president of people operations at a tech startup. One of he...
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