Topic: Colorado General Assembly
Energy Voices Clean-energy standards could cost Colorado consumers billions (Sponsor content)
Clean energy requirements under consideration by the Colorado State Legislature would require some utilities to increase energy from renewable sources by 150 percent, Tracey writes, which would result in higher electricity costs.
Colorado's Amendment 64 Implementation Task Force is wading through the weeds of marijuana legalization, creating regulations to take pot from the shadows out into the open.
Four adults, including a gunman who allegedly held four people hostage, died Saturday a in suburban townhouse in Aurora Colo. One person escaped the townhouse unharmed. Police have yet to release details, such as the gunman's name or motivation.
Zero tolerance for bad behavior is common in American schools, but this policy has often proved ineffective, even harmful to students and schools. The tide is turning. A method that relies on communication between students, teachers, and others improves accountability and school safety.