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Ninety-year old Constance Rolon cried when Denver police officers welcomed her back into her home. Constance had been taken to a motel by the … more
The Department of Veterans Affairs needs a watchdog. This is the single most important thing I have learned since joining the House Veterans Affairs … more
I had three unplanned days off recently. Back spasms brought my busy schedule to a screeching halt. The Lord was serious when he inspired the words … more
Sterling Ranch has been a developing story for years. More than a decade ago, managing director Harold Smethills and his wife, Diane, began crafting … more
In the midst of our hectic life and sometimes chaotic schedules there are times when we find ourselves running late for almost everything we do. As I … more
Probably one of the most recognized, overused, and abused break-up lines of all time, “It's not you, it's me.” For all of the Seinfeld fans out … more
Once again, it looks like many of Colorado’s communities are headed toward a Fourth of July without fireworks. Last year, arguably Colorado’s … more
As a state senator, I am sometimes asked, “What do you do when you're not in session at the Capitol?” Well, in Colorado, we have a “citizen … more
A little over a month ago we had a garage sale at my home. We had been preparing for it for several months, actually ever since our last garage sale. … more
This past year has been very enlightening for me as I look back over the past 12 months and remember how I reacted or responded to the trivial as … more
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