Topics include Governor race fund raising numbers, GOP bills in the state legislature, developments on recreational pot and the issue between Sen. Mark Udall's office and state insurance officials. Guests include Patricia Calhoun from Westword, Lynn Bartels from The Denver Post, Eric Sondermann from SE2 and Todd Shepherd from CompleteColorado.com.
Topics of discussion include the Denver Broncos heading to the Superbowl, ballot initiatives for the 2014 November ballot, firearm purchases up in 2013 from previous year, a dispute between Denver DA Mitch Morrissey and Denver Police Chief White about crime rate percentages in the mile high city and a new bill that would give local government flexibility to local bars' closing time.
Upcoming Governor and Senate campaigns debate over Colorado health care, Senator Udall's post State of the Union statements, CEA's lawsuit over Senate Bill 191 and the race for the Congressional Dist. 6. Host Dominic Dezzutti is joined by Patricia Calhoun from Westword, David Kopel from the Independence Institute and DU Law School, Eric Sondermann from SE2 and Alicia Caldwell from the Denver Post.
Quinnipiac poll results for Gubernatorial and US Senate Races, Scott Gessler opts out of future GOP debates, possible changes to same day voter registration rules, Colorado Superintendents propose funding solutions to schools. Host Dominic Dezzutti is joined by Patricia Calhoun from Westword, David Kopel from the Independence Inst., Ed Sealover from the DBJ and Natasha Gardner from 5280.
Topics of discussion include CDOT's contracts for US-36, Jeffco Superintendent resigns, defeated bill for concealed guns in schools and a lawsuit restricting recreational marijuana ads in newspapers and magazines. Host Dominic Dezzutti is joined by Patricia Calhoun from Westword, David Kopel of the Independence Institute, Penfield Tate from Greenberg Traurig and Alicia Caldwell of The Denver Post.
Topics of discussion include Rep. Cory Gardner entering the US Senate Race, Ken Buck leaving Senate Race and entering Race for Congressional District 4, Judge sets start date for James Holmes trial, Colorado adopts methane emission standards.
Topics include Bob Beauprez's entry into the Governor's race, the inmate early release in Aurora, the proposal for an air tanker fleet for Colorado and the sentencing of Stevie Vigil for aiding Evan Ebel.
The success of Colorado's health exchange, the GOP party opens new offices in Colorado and Secretary of State Scott Gessler loses appeal in Denver District Court over an initial complaint claiming he misused state funds. Colorado lawmakers consulted with legal counsel on how to use the overflow of taxes that may accumulate from pot sales. Denver's independent monitor suggests training for DPD.
Topics of discussion are Lisa Clements, wife of former Prisons Chief Tom Clements speaks out, Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development brings in new Co-Chairs, laws for recall elections are being examined by State Senate Democrats, state tax surplus numbers.
Topics of discussion include Representatives Cory Gardner and Mike Coffman reverse their stances on the Parenthood Amendment, Denver County Jail near reaching capacity, GOP candidate Nate Marshall drops out of the race for State House, concerns over inmates accidentally released from Denver County jail and a proposal to test DNA from dog waste in Boulder.
Topics of discussion are Fmr. Rep. Tom Tancredo turns in enough signatures to enter GOP primary for Governor, The Gaylord Hotel wins lawsuit against Denver, ethics complaint against Governor Hickenlooper moves forward and a possible ban on red-light cameras.
Topics include: the Denver Sheriff's Dept.'s decision to refuse requests to detain individuals for immigration status solely. The killing of the bill that would have banned red light cameras and the passing of the $23M budget. Potential fracking bans on the 2014 ballot and a dispute over federal aid intended for Colorado flood victims. Updated budget for DIA hotel and transit center.
The Colorado Inside Out panel discusses highlights of the 2014 legislative session, banking allowances for pot shops and hemp farmers, cash on hand for candidates in the governor's race, the city of Denver requesting the CO Symphony orchestra to end their cannabis concert series and the Colorado republican state party suing the Secretary of State's office.
The CIO panel discusses the Colorado Symphony's "Classically Cannabis" concert series updates, Spanish-language ads supporting Cory Gardner, Gov. Hickenlooper hoping to negotiate on fracking proposals prior to the 2014 election and a probe into the construction work being done for the DIA hotel and transit center.
The CIO panel addresses Denver's chance of hosting the RNC, Gubernatiorial race fund raising number updates, Governor Hickenlooper meeting with oil/gas companies over fracking proposals, outside supporters donating millions to the local Senate race.
Topics of discussion this week are Vice President Joe Biden is in Colorado, reporter Jana Winter does not have to reveal source for notebook in Holmes case, El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa asked to resign, Jefferson County school board hires Superintendent with a controversial contract.
Topics of discussion are recent GOP TV ads, Scott Gessler's fund raising numbers, Governor Hickenlooper's veto of SB 197, El Paso County Sheriff office disagree with DA about charges in the Tom Clements murder.
The Colorado Inside Out panel discusses the millions of dollars dedicated to fighting anti-fracking media ads. A recent poll released showing Gardner ahead of Udall. Governor Hickenlooper working with oil and gas companies on a fracking compromise to keep the issue off the November ballot. Arapahoe county DA dropping charges related to voter fraud.
The CIO panel discusses Gov. Hickenlooper unwelcome apology to a group of sheriffs who are unhappy about the way he handled gun legislation. Fundraising numbers are highlighted in the gubernatorial primary. The effect that Sen. Udall's vote on the Keystone pipeline project may have on his chances to win a second term. Also the panel pays tribute to beloved crew member battling cancer.
The Colorado Inside Panel discusses the Boulder County Clerk's office issuing same sex marriage licenses to couples despite the AG deeming them invalid. Bob Beauprez winning the Republican nomination for governor. Ken Buck besting the other hopefuls in the CD 4 race. The GOP's performance in key JeffCo state senate primaries.
The panel of Colorado Inside Out discusses a new CNN series focused on the Nathan Dunlap case. President Obama's visit to Denver in support of Sen. Udall, who wasn't present at the events. Denver, Boulder and Pueblo issuing same sex marriage licenses, despite ban. Sen. Udall proposing new bill to ban employers from refusing health coverage to their employees, especially contraceptives.
The Colorado Inside Out panel focuses on the Ft. Collins City Council banning e-cigs along with regular cigarettes. Governor Hickenlooper's failed plan to call a special legislative session to draft a compromise on the fracking issue. Same sex marriage licenses being continuing to be issued, despite CO's current ban; elected officials seeking Supreme Court guidance. Denver sheriff hits inmate.
The panel of Colorado Inside Out discusses Sarah Palin's trip to Denver for the 5th Annual Western Conservative Conference. Safe Clean Colorado's efforts to get two fracking issues on November's ballot. The Colorado Symphony Orchestra and the city of Denver's dispute over how to proceed in the remodeling of Boettcher Concert Hall.
Topics of discussion this week are the Denver Sheriff's department under independent review, the R.A.G.A. made 2.5 million dollar ad buy for A.G. candidate Cynthia Coffman, Opposing rallies on the state capitol over the conflict in Gaza.
The panel of CIO discusses the loophole that allowed Arapahoe High School not to report the December 2013 shooting to the Dept. of Education. Gov. Hickenlooper announcing a compromise on fracking ballot initiatives and the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission's lawsuit against Longmont being dropped.
The panel of CIO discusses suicide of Robin Williams and a Boulder home that become one of many shrines built in his honor. Talks of Mayor Hancock's handling of restructuring the Denver sheriff's department in light of recent reports of misconduct. Retail tax revenue lower than initial projections.
The CIO panel discusses the stay placed on Colorado's same sex marriage ban. An update on Denver Mayor Hancock's efforts to reform the sheriff department. Initiatives related to GMO labeling and public school board meeting being confirmed as ballot issues for November.
The panel of CIO discusses Republicans launching a new fund raising and informative website aimed at regaining the Senate. Gov. Hickenlooper making new comments about the Nathan Dunlap death penalty case in an upcoming CNN documentary. Bob Beauprez upsetting some for comments he made about immigration. The City of Aurora awarding retail pot licenses to 21 businesses.
The panel of CIO discusses current Atty. General running for mayor of CO Springs. Cory Gardner and Mark Udall campaign ads attacking each other. Protestors threatening to pull the Latino vote from Hickenlooper if Dems don't further implement the new licensing program for illegal immigrants.
The panel of CIO discusses the Denver Post being put up for sale after its speculation earlier this year. The Club 20 debates featuring gubernatorial and senate candidates, as well as their campaign ads. The anniversaries of 9/11 and the historic floods of 2013 and its impact on Coloradans.
The panel of Colorado Inside Out discusses the latest campaign ads pushing for the safe consumption of marijuana-edibles. Polls come out showing conflicting data for U.S. Senate and Gubernatorial races. The parents of a woman killed in the Aurora Theater shootings file a law suit against the ammunition companies who sold products to the suspect in the case.
The panel of CIO discusses Ft. Collins overturning their fracking ban and the controversy over teacher pay raises and the AP history curriculum and Jefferson County leading to student protests. They also discuss the recent Denver Post, CD 6 debates with Andrew Romanoff and Mike Coffman. The civil trial of Marvin Booker and continued trouble for Denver's Sheriff Department.
The panel of CIO discusses the judge in the Aurora Theater shooting case allowing it to be filmed. Controversy over pay raises and curriculum in Jeffco schools. A Colorado Supreme Court case involving a paraplegic medical marijuana patient who was fired from Dish Network for drug use.
The panel of CIO discusses democrats tying the recent JeffCo School Board controversy to republicans running for state senate. Debates between Udall and Gardner, as well as Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff. Also, recent protests by Denver Sheriff Deputies that were met with huge opposition.
The panel of CIO discusses the Ebola crisis as a Frontier plane carrying a nurse infected with disease lands at DIA to be cleaned. U.S. Senate candidates Mark Udall and Cory Gardner display their political style differences during their last debate of the election season. The family is awarded $4.65M in a suit to be paid out by the city of Denver. VA bill sponsored by Mike Coffman goes sour.
The panel of CIO focuses on the aftermath of election day in the House and Senate majorities and Andrew Romanoff being groomed for 2016. They also touch on the Globeville, I-70 expansion project that has Denver City Auditor upset.
The panel of CIO discusses the debate happening between Xcel Energy and the Public Utilities Commission over rates. Governor Hickenlooper's comments about teachers carrying guns while at school. President Obama's immigration plan.
The panel of CIO touches on Gov. Hickenlooper's apology to the descendants of the Sand Creek Massacre. The current cultural climate surrounding race relations due to growing Ferguson protests nationwide and locally.
Colorado Inside Out takes another captivating trip back in time. This time, host Dominic Dezzutti, along with Patricia Calhoun, David Kopel, Dani Newsum and Kevin Flynn visit 1964. Topics include Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to Denver, Denver's newest police chief and the influx of government agencies relocating to Colorado.