Reform PERA

Pension Fund Problems Worsen in 43 States By Laurie Meisler Published: June 30, 2017 | Updated: August 29, 2017 The news continues to worsen for America’s public pensions and for the people who depend on them. The median funding ratio—the percentage of assets states have available for future

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Lock the Revolving Door

Boulder County plays fast and loose with bidding rules By VINCENT CARROLL | The Denver Post You have to look long and hard to find old-style political corruption in Colorado, with money changing hands and bulging bank accounts. In the Centennial State, we prefer to stretch the ethical envelope

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CFRW District VI Meeting

State Republican women convene at Valley Country Club By SCOTTIE TAYLOR IVERSON | The Villager News Colorado Federation of Republican Women hit the jackpot when advisor to the CELL Greg Dobbs was named featured speaker at the organization’s annual luncheon at Valley Country Club. The modest

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Common Sense Solutions

Colorado schools get more flexibility in issuing over-the-counter meds  By MONTE WHALEY | The Denver Post A new law that gives schools more flexibility to administer cough drops, allergy pills and other over-the-counter medications to students goes into effect Wednesday. Teachers or school

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Republican lawmaker Polly Lawrence to run for Colorado state treasurer

Republican lawmaker Polly Lawrence to run for Colorado state treasurer By BRIAN EASON | The Denver Post State Rep. Polly Lawrence, a Republican from Douglas County, on Tuesday announced a bid for state treasurer in 2018. Lawrence announced her candidacy in a Facebook video in which she pledged

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