Judge grants Coffman’s request to block part of new Aurora law

BY FREDA MIKLIN – GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER On May 28, Arapahoe County District Court Judge Peter Michaelson issued an order that included a preliminary injunction barring implementation of some parts of a campaign finance reform ordinance passed by the Aurora City Council last November.  The order was in response to a lawsuit filed on March 17 …

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BARBWIRE BOB – RAMBLIN’ AROUND THE CORRAL WITH BOB SWEENEY

Gerri and I attended the Englewood Chamber of Commerce May 27 35th Annual Business Awards Banquet. I was especially pleased to see Front Range Pharmacy, mentioned in this column recently, win the “Emerging Business Of The Year” award located in downtown Englewood. These two, very talented pharmacists, Bridget Logan and Michael Scruggs have designed and …

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Critical race theory needs close examination

We’re hearing a great deal about “Critical Race Theory.” What is it all about? “Imprimis,” a publication by Hillsdale College features an article by Christopher F. Rufo that walks through his interpretation of “Critical Race Theory.” Rufo is founder and director of Battlefront, a public policy research center. Here’s portions of his report: “In explaining …

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Arapahoe Community College picks new president

Dr. Stephanie J. Fujii has been named the new president of Arapahoe Community College (ACC). Fujii will assume the presidency on July 12, 2021, succeeding Dr. Diana Doyle after her retirement at the end of June, announced Colorado Community College System (CCCS) Chancellor Joe Garcia. Currently the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Scottsdale Community College within the Maricopa …

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