Tuesday Open Thread

“Conflict grows out of ignorance and suspicion.”

–Gordon B. Hinckley

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  1. DENependent says:

    Bills up for third reading (final passage) in the House today:

    • HB19-1152 State Student Advisory Council Member Eligibility
    • HB19-1108 Nonresident Electors And Special Districts
    • HB19-1137 Expand Teacher Cadet Program Include Early Childhood Education
    • HB19-1155 Additions To Definition Of Sexual Contact
    • HB19-1129 Prohibit Conversion Therapy for A Minor
    • HB19-1175 Property Tax Valuation Appeal Process
    • HB19-1032 Comprehensive Human Sexuality Education
    • HB19-1148 Change Maximum Criminal Penalty One Year To 364 Days
    • SB19-023 Cryptocurrency Exemption Colorado Digital Token Act

    I expect the butt obsessed right to be fall down in fits about two of these.

  2. PseudonymousPseudonymous says:

    'sup.

  3. JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

    I was surprised he made the announcement via public radio.  

    When is the large scale gathering for a public announcement? Gotta show a more diverse crowd … Especially gender and color … To show what was learned in 2016.

  4. Diogenesdemar says:

    But will they endorse Cory Gardner?? . . .

    Not The Onion, unfortunately:

    Alabama Editor Urges K.K.K. to ‘Ride Again’ Against Democrats, Igniting a Backlash

     https://nyti.ms/2V7Wxk0?smid=nytcore-ios-share

  5. ZappateroZappatero says:

    Memo to Colorado’s centrist, Safe, tinker-around-the-edges, budget-balancing White Male presidential candidates:

    Of course policy implementation is complex and transition costs are potentially costly. There's no reason the burdens of either need to be placed on the shoulders of voters. The idea that anything good must be made just a little bit miserable for normal people is pervasive.

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