Hancock joins the mayors of Portland, Oregon, San Francisco and Seattle in banning official travel to Indiana. New York Gov
Just last week, an approximate 136 retailers received their licenses to sell recreational marijuana, but only an estimated 30 stores were open for business on January 1 throughout the state.
The Denver Post reports that marijuana consumption would only be legal on property that is owned by the marijuana user and
Now there's a new group of Democratic mayors with an interest in education beyond the borders of their cities. And they're hoping to be more subtle about changing public education than their predecessors.
"We must not get caught up on the reform word," said Hancock, of Denver. "Reform has connotations. it brings up a different
“The hypocrisy of this proposal is astounding,” said Mason Tvert, communications director of Marijuana Policy Project and
"And so those types of giveaways that you saw will be prohibited in our parks from this point forward, and anyone who decides
“I have the audacity to believe that anyone who wants to live in the city should not be forced out because of cost… Last
This week's podcast asks some of this city's most important people an array of silly and serious Denver-themed "this or that?" questions. It's "boxers or briefs?" for the Mile High City.
If you want hope and change in politics, mayors offer tons of it. The key to success in their jobs, they say, is to avoid -- as indeed they do -- partisan bickering and focus on What Works.
This week, Westword managing editor Jonathan Shikes, better known as the Colorado Beer Man, joins us to talk about all things cold and frothy. It's a long, sloppy ride, but don't you worry: All of us end up podcasting responsibly.
Last month the ban caught the attention of the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado which wrote a strongly-worded letter
There's frequent talk of how the school choice debate no longer falls along traditional ideological lines -- of how courageous Democrats are embracing charters, vouchers, and other reforms. Last week was proof positive of the turning tide.
Adams has acknowledged that the Occupy Portland movement has highlighted the city's homelessness problem, and said he supports