Sullivan's election to the state House was part of a blue wave in Colorado. Now he's leading a renewed effort for "gun restraining order" legislation.
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The outgoing state treasurer was the 41st president's cousin.
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Like his boss, Bernhardt's position hasn't come with controversy or conflicts of interest.
Survey from CU Denver shows many Latino college students believe white people are innately smarter and that Latinos are more likely to be criminals.
A New York Times article covering the rise of such advance warnings at theaters nationwide highlighted the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.