Nov 8, 2013
Hoover: Coloradans like taxes, as long as they are on others
The resounding defeat of Amendment 66 on Tuesday hammered home a central theme in Colorado politics: Voters are willing to approve a statewide tax increase, just as long as it's on someone else.
Govt Shutdown May Have Pulled Plug on Solar-Development Bids
The nation's first federally run auction for a chance to develop solar power projects on public lands was a bust no one showed up for the bidding, and one expert speculated the government shutdown could have been to blame .
1st auction of solar rights on public lands in Colorado draws no bids
The plan to auction rights to federal land across the West for solar power plants got off to a rocky start Thursday when no bidders showed up for the first auction in Colorado.
BLM to auction Colorado land for solar power development
Colorado will be the first state in the nation to have an auction for the right to develop solar power systems on federal land in Conejos and Saguache counties in the sunny San Luis Valley.
Right to Secret Ballot challenged in Colorado Supreme Court
The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments last Tuesday morning in a case that could decide whether Coloradans have a constitutional right to a secret ballot .