Legislators from outside Denver finally to get 22 percent per diem raise
State legislators who represent districts outside the Denver metro area will finally see the 22 percent per diem pay increase passed years ago. If the issue turns sour,
Republicans have the most to lose, write the scribes at Colorado Pols.
So, how easy could it be for the Nuggets to lose to the 16-16 (and last in the Northwest division of the Eastern conference)? Very. Denver Stiffs breaks down the stats with a little commentary, of course. (The game starts at 7 p.m.)
Meanwhile, EdNewsColorado asks "How do you measure the effectiveness of an educator?" with this op-ed.
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