Denver City Council races are supposed to be all sweet and nonpartisany, and part of me really wishes they could be that way. But if you want to have a full pictures of a candidate, you'd be stupid to ignore their partisan history. Here's a case in point.
#McConnelling shows the fiction the Supreme Court chooses to believe: that political groups spending money to support candidates are acting independently and do not have any corrupting influence on politicians they help elect.
Even if there was any evidence that a car sharing program might help alleviate the "final mile" issue, it should not proceed unless the city sells permits to anyone who owns a qualifying vehicle -- not just to certain car-share companies.
Government wages war on the poor when politicians promote laws and policies that empower bureaucracies and special interests, the cost of which falls hardest on low-income wage earners and those living on modest fixed incomes.
When asked what, if anything, he would do about the proliferation of medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver, Larry remarked that market forces would eventually "weed out" (and yes, he intended the pun) the dispensary issue.