2018 Colorado Year in Review

(‘Tis the season for recaps – Promoted by Colorado Pols)

  1. Colorado governor: Polis is first openly gay man elected governor
  2. Colorado State House: Clean Sweep As Democrats Take Full Control
  3. Colorado’s first transgender legislator: How Brianna Titone flipped a Republican district
  4. Gov. John Hickenlooper Signs Amendment Abolishing Slavery In Colorado
  5. Joe Neguse Made History Amidst Colorado’s Blue Wave. Here’s What He Plans To Do In Office
  6. Lebsock Expelled From Colorado House Following Marathon Harassment Debate
  7. Colorado teachers begin two days of protest, chanting “Stand up and fight!”
  8. Colorado oil and gas activists are ready to go back to battle in 2020 if lawmakers don’t act
  9. Colorado cracks a billion in annual marijuana sales in record time, generating $200M in tax revenue
  10. Responsible Coloradans Cheer As Amendment 74 Goes Down In Defeat
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  1. VoyageurVoyageur says:

    PN kind of forgot to mention that its beloved Stalinist 112 plan abolishing property rights was crushed by the voters.  Tee hee.  Ha ha.  Ho ho ho.

    Har dee har har.  Na na nana nanny goat!

  2. itlduso says:

    Jason Crow defeats Mike Coffman putting a Dem in CD6 for the first time ever in this “swing district”. 

  3. mamajama55mamajama55 says:

    Don't forget the Women's March, the March for Science,  the "Families belong Together" rally…..just a whole year of gathering and building activism and coalitions.

    And the year is not over.

     

  4. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    In #10, need to add ballot initiatives/amendments 73, 109, 110, 112 to 74 as proposals defeated by Responsible Coloradans. 

    I'd give at least an honorable mention to the debut of the Winter and Summer Outdoor Retailer shows downtown.

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