Colorado Editorial Roundup | Biloxi Sun Herald

Aurora Sentinel, Feb. 3, on Northwest measles outbreak being a reminder of Colorado Legislature’s vaccine failure: A potential public health disaster last week in neighboring western states underscores why Colorado must end its perilous philosophical exemption to mandatory immunization. Currently, there’s not even a bill in our own legislature that Read more…

Filling the void

“If anything happens to save Coloradans money on health care, it’ll come from Colorado,” Gov. Jared Polis told the Sentinel’s editorial board on Friday. “It’s not likely to come from Washington.” Indeed, a divided Congress is having a tough enough time figuring out how to fully keep the Read more…

CMU launches cybersecurity center

The new Colorado Mesa University Innovation and Cyber Security Center will blend entrepreneurship and technology to the benefit of students, faculty and local businesses, university leaders announced at an opening celebration Tuesday. The 18,000-square-foot center is in a newly renovated building at 730 Mesa Ave. and includes a Read more…

Filling the capital gap

Wall Street is sitting on $6 trillion. Unutilized and idle. Let that sink in for a moment. The entire federal budget is around $3.8 trillion. What if we could take the shackles off of Wall Street to deploy that $6 trillion in poor and distressed areas of the Read more…

Montrose Promotes Opportunity

Montrose County, Colo. – Part of the 2017 federal tax reform was the creation of a program called opportunity zones. These zones are located in low-income, urban and rural land tracts around the country. The purpose of creating the zones is to attract outside investments that are profitable to both Read more…