Category: copolitics

Category: copolitics

Black History Month – Historic 5

February is Black History Month! The Colorado political scene is currently experiencing a black ‘first’ in the state legislature. But, before we take a look at the present, let’s take a moment to look at the past. 1895 – Joseph H. Stuart was the first African American to hold office in Colorado. He was elected […]

Celebrating MLK Day

This week MCG joined the rest of the country celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. What struck me during my day of reflection is that one person, partnered with like-minded individuals, was able to change the course of history. It’s quite ambitious to think that any one person has the […]

And…They’re Off!

With the first day of session and the Governor’s State of the State Address behind us, the 69th Colorado General Assembly is officially underway. This year, legislators have indicated they will be focusing on issues related to our devastating fire and flood natural disasters, education, rural communities, and a revisit of the contentious gun reform. […]