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Today's Opinions

  • Our Readers Write

    LWV objects to commissioners’ anti-gun-control resolution
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  • Our Readers Write

    Jeffco LWV objects to commissioners’ anti-gun-control resolution

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  • Gun control’s unintended consequences

    As a student living on Chicago’s south side in the early 1990s, I understood that the beginning of spring brought not only warmer days, but the sound of gunfire at night. Sometimes it would be the single shot from a handgun, and occasionally it would be the “pop-pop-pop” of a semi-automatic weapon. 

     

  • Don’t make a stink — think pink

    During the first couple months of this year’s legislative session, I supported a bill on which the opponents didn’t feel at all constrained by either the truth or any kind of ethical behavior. And while my policy not to write about things I work on will spare you the details, it reminded me of a learning experience I had early in my career.

     

  • Our Readers Write

    Everett has in fact become the ‘no’ representative at the Capitol

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  • 9/11 changed more than we think

    My 10-year-old recently asked me what exactly happened on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Rather than try to explain it, I searched YouTube and found a video of a newscast that relayed in real time the violence of that awful morning.

  • Gun bills have high-power profile

    A month into the 2013 session of the Colorado General Assembly, majority Democrats announced their package of gun-control bills at a news conference at the state Capitol last week.

  • Our Readers Write

    Everett needs to remain true to principles, do the right thing by voters

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    For those who voted for state Rep. Justin Everett, the Columbine Courier’s Jan. 22 article “Everett hitting the ground running …” was a disturbing picture of what happens to elected representatives who can lose their way after they get into office.