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On March 28, the House of Representatives, despite my opposition, approved S.J. Res. 34, "a joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of … more
I first heard Jim Riesberg, a representative of the Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging, speak at a Denver Senior Coalition meeting and I was blown away by the information he shared. I was also … more
The rags-to-riches ideal is a distinctly American value. No matter who you are, every American has the room to rise with hard work, a competitive spirit, and a good idea. This is the fabric of our … more
Now that congress has an opportunity to repeal and replace the antithetically named Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), it is critically important that lawmakers understand what provisions from that … more
Earlier this year, principals at middle and high schools in the Douglas County School District were blindsided by sudden budget cuts which will directly impact students this fall. Despite outcry from … more
The Colorado legislative session this spring will prominently focus on health care and transportation infrastructure. In our 2017 system for health care, the Obamacare burden continues to hold … more
While traveling with a business partner this past week, we had the opportunity to spend a couple of days together as we participated in meetings but also had time to share a few meals and even play a … more
Great books with no or few words and beautiful illustrations are fantastic for building vocabulary, love of books, writing and drawing skills. This is not too much praise, especially if they are … more
It's extremely sad, and frustrating, to see the unchecked growth in Douglas County, and the cities within the county. We all understand that growth will happen, but it needs to happen responsibly. … more
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