Aspiring for National Affordable Housing

On any given night in 2017, 554,000 people in the wealthiest country in the world were homeless. Of those, about 193,000 had nowhere indoors to sleep, sheltering instead in tents, under bridges, or on the […]

Federal Legislation on Local Marijuana

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recent removal of the Obama-era policy regarding legalization of marijuana may have major implications for the Colorado marijuana industry. Sessions, a staunch opponent of legalization, believes that federal law should be […]

A Hopeful Direction for Healthcare

Last week, I wrote about the Swiss health care system as a potential model for the United States. For those who haven’t read it: Switzerland has an all-payer system in which private insurers together negotiate […]

New Title IX: Colorado College Won’t Go Back

Title IX is a policy that protects students from gender based discrimination that interferes with their academic experience. It originally was implemented in 1972, starting with athletics. The goal was to eliminate disparities between men […]