“” read the entire article Goodland, Marianne. Colorado Politics 12 October 2020.
“This past June, Wellington Webb, one of the West’s most prominent Black politicians of the late 20th century, was at the high-rise office of his eponymous lobbying firm, in a conference room overlooking the north side of the state Capitol. For weeks, the gray granite structure had been the epicenter of protests in the … [Read more…]
“On May 17th, Governor Jared Polis signed four bills into law that will directly impact affordable housing at the statewide level. These bill signings were a momentous occasion for the State, as Colorado is officially no longer one of the last remaining states without a dedicated source of funding for affordable housing! The following … [Read more…]
“On a bitterly cold January day in 2013, then-Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco heaved a hail mary pass into the endzone for a touchdown that eventually helped knock the Denver Broncos out of the playoffs. It was a heartbreaking loss. In the stadium that day was Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, sitting in a suite paid … [Read more…]
“Look around Denver. It’s clear. New construction is king in the Mile High City. And it’s not just the landscape developers are dominating. It’s politics, too – to the chagrin of long term Denverites no longer able to pay rent, no longer able to recognize a city that has lost its Queen Annes and … [Read more…]